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AMU Sponsors Upcoming Intel & National Security Summit

More than 1500 high-level government and industry professionals are expected to gather on Wednesday, September 4, for two days of discussions and plenary sessions on a wide range of intelligence and national security issues.

Repeal of Kashmir Autonomy Law Angers China, Pakistan

The war of words between India and Pakistan over India’s recent repeal of the state of Jumma and Kashmir’s special autonomy may be heating up again.

US, Taliban Resolve Differences over US Troop Withdrawals

After two days of talks in Doha, the United States and the Taliban have “resolved differences” over the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan.

Ebola Virus Transported To China On Commercial Flight

Report: Scientists sent Ebola virus to China on a commercial flight. The virus is a Level 4 pathogen and is among the deadliest in the world.

India Revokes Status of Kashmir: Border Violence a Threat

The government of India has revoked Kashmir’s special status, a move that could trigger renewed violence in the disputed area between India and Pakistan.

State Department’s Key Role in Stopping Human Trafficking

Among the numerous federal law enforcement agencies that work to prevent human trafficking, the State Department is one of the lesser known.

Notre Dame Survives Fire as It Has Wars and Revolutions

Although Notre Dame suffered significant damage in yesterday’s fire, the famous stone façade and twin towers remain intact, according to local officials.

AMU Dean Chairs Experts’ Panel on Transportation Safety

Dr. Chris Reynolds, AMU Dean of Academic Outreach & Program Development, moderated a panel of four experts in transportation safety and counterterrorism.

A History of the State of the Union Address

There is no constitutional requirement that the president appear in person to deliver the State of the Union address – but he has done so since 1913.

Trump's Border Wall Prototype Breached by Common Saw

Testers were able to cut through slats of the steel border wall prototype proposed by the president using an ordinary saw available in most hardware stores.