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“So far we are happy, and it seems that people are happy, too,” she said

KABUL, Afghanistan — Excitement builds in the queue forming behind the barbed-wire security fence outside Afghanistan’s first amusement park as children in bright clothes clutch their parents’ hands and hop from foot to foot in anticipation of the pleasures waiting behind the high concrete blast walls. For the thousands of families who have visited Kabul’s […]

The United States has given Ukraine $53 million in non-lethal aid

KIEV, 카지노사이트 Ukraine — U.S. Vice President Joe Biden criticized Russia on Friday for its role in eastern Ukraine, urging Moscow to uphold a cease-fire in the war-torn region as he visited Kiev on the anniversary of the country’s anti-government protests. Touring the Ukrainian capital, Biden said Western sanctions against Russia would not be lifted […]

The official Iranian news agency IRNA said Kerry had made new proposals to the Iranians meant to bridge differences standing in the way of a deal

VIENNA — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced he was pulling back on Friday from talks on Iran’s nuclear program in Vienna, but then scheduled an evening meeting with his Iranian counterpart, suggesting some hope of movement with less than four days to deadline. The official Iranian news agency IRNA said Kerry had made […]

China Communist newspaper shames professors for “being scornful of China”

BEIJING — Over two weeks, the Communist Party-run Liaoning Daily newspaper sent reporters to sit in on dozens of university lectures all over the country looking for what the paper said were professors “being scornful of China.” During visits to more than 20 schools, the regional paper wrote last week, it found exactly what it […]

“He once said to me, ‘If you ever lose track of me, just read my stories,’ ” Miller said

(CBS News) Three years after his death, J.D. Salinger, author of the coming-of-age classic, “The Catcher in the Rye,” is getting the attention he so ardently shunned in the last 50 years of his life. What was he doing all those years at his New Hampshire hideaway? As Anthony Mason will explain, new details are […]

vice president, touring with his wife, praised the sacrifices of “brave Ukrainians who are even now defending against Russian aggression in the east.” Some Ukrainians have been more critical of the new Kiev government

KIEV, 온라인카지노 Ukraine — U.S. Vice President Joe Biden criticized Russia on Friday for its role in eastern Ukraine, urging Moscow to uphold a cease-fire in the war-torn region as he visited Kiev on the anniversary of the country’s anti-government protests. Touring the Ukrainian capital, Biden said Western sanctions against Russia would not be lifted […]

“That was my first novel,” Pessl replied with a laugh. “Did the Excel spread sheet you used for your first novel come out of your PricewaterhouseCoopers experience?” Mason asked. “It did,” Pessl laughed. “It was so my boss could like walk by my cubicle and actually think that I’m working. So I had a variety of sort of cloak-and-dagger ways of pretending that I was actually — working as a consultant when in fact I was writing.” She was just 27 when that first novel, “Special Topics in Calamity Physics,” a mystery about the death of an English professor, sold for a reported $615,000. “You get a six-figure advance,” Mason noted. “Were you in shock when your agent called you with that number?” “Always in shock. I’m still in shock,” Pessl replied. Some publishing industry observers wondered aloud whether Pessl’s looks helped her land the rich deal. “There was some backlash in the blogs about sort of who is this woman to get this money?” said Mason. “It was definitely disconcerting. I mean, I think I never thought beyond creating. So, of course, when there’s a backlash it’s hurtful and disquieting,” said Pessl. But the reviews were glowing. An immediate best seller, “Special Topics” made the New York Times list of the 10 best books of 2006. Now “Night Film” is among the most anticipated novels of the summer. Pessl admits when she started the 600-page book, she wasn’t sure how it would end. “Ending a book is a bit like landing a 747 for the first time. You just want to get everything down in one piece. But it was very bumpy and no one died and I did make it to the terminal,” she explained. “But there has to be something that drives you mad about the story ’cause what else will drive you to get up everyday and attack this story. So there has to be something that’s eating you up inside.” “What’s eating you up on this one?” Mason asked. “The desire to walk through a dark tunnel and find out what was on the other side,” Pessl replied.

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