The U.S. apology was welcomed. But they want someone held accountable for the attack that claimed 10 lives. Family members in interviews on Saturday expressed no visible animosity toward the United States government for killing their loved ones. But "forgiveness" may be too strong a word.
A small band of right-wing protesters decrying the treatment of the mob that overran the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 was dwarfed by hundreds of police and news reporters. Police said they made four arrests and seized two weapons.
French officials suggested that Britain may not be worth bothering with in the kerfuffle over submarine sales to Australia because the British are seen as a junior partner to the United States in the deal.
Aid groups are scrambling to find permanent homes for the thousands of Afghan evacuees expected to settle in the region in the coming months, a steep challenge in one of the most expensive housing markets in the country.