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Salmon Fishing in Yemen? No, Says Tourism Board

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ABC's Martha Raddatz talks salmon fishing in Yemen.

From the Vault: Wikileaks

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Britain's Supreme Court wants to deport Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden to face sex-crime allegations. Assange is also facing espionage charges in the U.S. for publishing hundreds of thousands of classified U.S. military and diplomatic documents. The case against Assange from the Vault with Gwen Ifill, Karen Tumulty, Washington Post; Pete Williams, NBC News; and Martha Raddatz, ABC News.

Joe Biden Recalls Death of Wife, Daughter

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Vice president opens up about past grief and thoughts of suicide.

Yemen Suicide Bombing Death Toll Nears 100 on Eve of Holiday: Officials

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An al Qaeda affiliate has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed at least 90 soldiers and injured hundreds more in Yemen's capital city today, on the eve of the nation's unification holiday.

May 04, 2012

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The U.S. and China continue to negotiate over activist Chen Guangcheng's travel to America. Plus, President Obama visited Afghanistan on the one year anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death. Also, new unemployment numbers and the 2012 presidential race. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Peter Baker, New York Times; David Wessel, Wall Street Journal; Charles Babington, Associated Press.

Chinese Foreign Ministry Says Chinese Dissident Chen Guangcheng Can Apply to Study Overseas

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The United States is encouraged by signs from the Chinese that a resolution on the future of blind human rights activist Chen Guancheng can still be reached, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today.

Blind Chinese Activist Abandoned by US?

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Chen Guangcheng fearful of Chinese government after escaping house arrest.

The Backstory: 9/11 and the Death of Osama bin Laden

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Martha Raddatz, ABC News Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent, recalls a personal conversation with her son on the night Osama bin Laden was killed. She also discusses how September 11th changed Americans and changed journalism in Washington Week's "The Backstory."

Chinese Dissident Escapes Arrest

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A blind human rights activist may be under the protection of U.S. diplomats.

Panetta Apologizes for Photos

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Secretary of Defense sorry for photos of U.S.