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Blinded in blast, tears shed at US Embassy site

A Kenyan blinded in al-Qaida's 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi sobbed at a memorial site for the victims, and said that Monday was a day to remember those who have died in terror attacks around the world.Full story

Egyptian Islamists call for release of blind sheik

Hundreds of Islamists have staged a protest in front of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo to demand the release of an Egyptian cleric imprisoned in the United States for plots to blow up New York City landmarks. Full story

US denies visa to German investigative journalist

Some journalists are asking why the U.S. Embassy in Argentina won't let a foreign correspondent go to Washington to research human rights cases. Full story

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US Embassy convoy attacked in southern Lebanon

Filipino students smear US Embassy with paint

U.S. embassy tells Americans in Yemen to stay indoors

Ex-CIA official gets 65 months in prison for assault

Pakistan man seeks arrest of second U.S. employee

China censors U.S. posts on Internet freedom

Thousands in Pakistan rally against American

U.S. demands release of diplomat who killed 2

Suspect package at U.S. embassy a false alarm

British court holds 9 in U.S. Embassy terror plot


  Tensions rise over envoy’s Pakistan detention

U.S. Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., has been tapped by the White House to deal a major diplomatic incident involving a U.S. embassy employee who has been accused of gunning down two men in Lahore. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

  Trapped in Cairo, woman irked at embassy

Mary Thornberry, a 76-year-old American mother trapped in her Cairo apartment, expresses her discontent with what she says is a lack of action from the local U.S. embassy. NBC's Lester Holt reports.

  Mass rally set for Tuesday in Cairo

Former Amb. Marc Ginsberg and Mideast Affairs specialist Michele Dunn debate whether the protests will bring down a tyrannical regime.

  Ex-hostage: ‘Iran is indelibly etched in my mind’

Barry Rosen, the last American press attaché in Iran, tells NBC’s Lester Holt that at during the darkest days of the 444-day hostage crisis, he feared “the humiliation would never end.”

  Ex-Iran Hostage tells new details of ordeal

Barry Rosen, one of the former hostages held during the Iranian hostage crisis, tells TODAY's Lester Holt new details about the ordeal that ended 30 years ago, including what he said was the dimmest moment as a prisoner.

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Honduran soldiers and a National police officer tighten security at the US embassy in Tegucigalpa on May 3, 2011 following a Us military operation that ended in the killing of Al-Qaeda's mastermind, Osama bin Laden. The United States has put its embassies on alert and warned citizens of possible rep