Posts Tagged: Embassy

Protest Erupts After Koran Burning

Thousands of angry protesters gathered outside Afghanistan’s Bagram Airfield recently, chanting “Death to America,” firing slingshots, and hurling firebombs at the NATO base in the wake of reports that soldiers had burned a copy of the Koran. The commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) acknowledged that personnel at the base had “improperly disposedRead… Read more »

US Embassy in Uruguay reaches 4.000 fans in Facebook.

Two years after it’s launch, the United States Embassy in Uruguay Facebook page adds its 4.000 fan. This growing community of followers not only keeps up to date with all our embassy activities, but it participate and engage in activities that go beyond the computer limites. From the virtual world to the real world. We’veRead… Read more »