Articles by Saul Hudson

Colombia to Take Chavez to Court

  • 05 March 08
  • Reuters
President Alvaro Uribe says the Venezuelan leader is funding leftist rebels after Colombian troops raid neighboring Ecuador.

Foreign Ministers to Discuss Iran

  • 13 July 06
  • Reuters
The United States on Wednesday stepped up pressure on Iran, warning it faced UN Security Council action for failing to respond swiftly enough to a package of incentives aimed at defusing a nuclear standoff.

Rice: U.S. Won't Abandon Afghanistan

  • 13 October 05
  • Reuters
Rockets exploded in Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday and six soldiers and five aid workers were killed in attacks blamed on Taliban insurgents as U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited for talks.

Rice and Lavrov Clash Over Belarus 'Dictator'

  • 22 April 05
  • Reuters
Russia and the United States clashed on Belarus on Thursday as Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov rebuffed a call by U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for change in central Europe's ""last true dictatorship.""

Rice Calls the Kremlin's Grip 'Very Worrying'

  • 20 April 05
  • Reuters
The U.S. secretary of state also urges Putin not to stay beyond his current term.

Rice Talks Proudly in a Troubled Afghanistan

  • 18 March 05
  • Reuters
U.S. Secretary of State casts Afghanistan as a triumph of U.S. foreign policy while violence continues and heroin production soars.

Rice Steps Up Middle East Peace Effort

  • 08 February 05
  • Reuters
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced on Monday the appointment of a U.S. general as security coordinator to help Israel and the Palestinians protect budding peace moves.

New Iraqi Leadership Expected Soon

  • 06 May 03
  • Reuters
The United States said Monday that Iraq should have an interim national leadership in place by mid-May, as Iraq's third-largest city held the country's first vote since Saddam Hussein's ouster.

U.S. Cautions Iran, Catches 4 Fugitives

  • 25 April 03
  • Reuters
Washington warned Iran not to interfere in its neighbor's affairs after vast crowds of Shiite pilgrims showed they are likely to be a powerful force in the new Iraq.

Tokyo Explores Peaceful End To Peru Crisis

Peru Rebels Pessimistic in Standoff

Police Resort to Music in Lima

More Shots Fired in Embassy Siege

Explosion Ends Lull For Lima Hostages

First Hostage Talks in Peru Unfruitful