"I'm furious. I'm aggravated. I feel violated. I feel used."
Ronald Eagle, U.S. Army chief warrant officer serving in Iraq, who was scheduled to retire last February. With Iraq still in disarray, the Army has ordered 40,000 American soldiers to continue serving indefinitely

"Private property obtained legally shall not be violated."
Wording of a proposed amendment to China's Constitution, approved by a committee of the National People's Congress last month, enshrining private property rights for the first time since the 1949 Communist Revolution. The amendment will be voted on in...

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