The Washington Times—BEIRUT (AP) - A few dozen people have demonstrated near the U.S. Embassy outside Beirut against what they are calling America's intervention in Lebanon’s affairs. Lebanese troops and riot police employed tight security measures Sunday near the embassy northeast of the city. The protesters later dispersed without any reports of
‘We are not a US colony’: South Korean protesters destroy portraits of US ambassador outside embassy. Activists are angry that Donald Trump is pushing to get South Korea to pay billions more toward maintaining the 28,500 American troops stationed in the country.