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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM I Friday, October 14, 2011 | 5A  Ohamci Maitipc nlnf  to kill ^plomat on Iran  WASHINGTON (AP)  iVcsiflt'nt liirack ()l)cimj Thursfl.iy that ()tticial‘' at th(' ''|ii|JÎi(‘st levels" {)f the Iranian gbvernrnenl mil«.! !)(> held <i( i ountabk' for a brazen anil bi/arre plot to assassinate the Sau-fli anibass.iilor to th(> Unif-(‘(I Slates on Americ ,in soil, insisting leaders of the world will ÎK'Iu've th(* U.S. (ase without dis()iite once they absorb iIk' det.iils.  11.S. offi( iais, meanwhile, confirmi'd ihe Obama administration h<is had dirc( t (ont.u t with Iran ov('r the .illegalions, Th«« Li.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Siisan Ki( met with Irani.m offi-( ials at Iran's mission to the U.N on W('dnesday — a highly unusual (of)tat t for two ( ountrK’s thal do not  have diplomatic relations. Obama would not say wh(>ther Iran's suf)reme leader, Ayatollah Aii khanK'nei, or its presidi>nt, Mah moud Ah madi nejad, knew of th(' allegefi plan. Yet h(> (allefl it ()arl of a pattern of "dangerous anri reekk'ss behavior" l)y the Iranian governmtMVI and said [K'ople within that goV' (^rnnient wi're aw.vre of a murd('r-for-fiir(' ()lot.  The U.S. ( onsidi'rs it an atti'mptefi ai t of terrorism,  "We beli('v(‘ that (>ven if at th(' highi'st levels there w.ls not d(‘t,viled ojiera tional knowledge, ther(> has to b(> accountabilily with respe( I to anyfiofK in th<' Iranian gov('rnment engaging in this kind of a( livity," Obama s<iid in a news ton-terenc e tied to the slate vis  it of South Korean Pre'si-d(’nt lee Myung-bak.  Iran has vehemently denied anything to df ) witn the alleged plot to kill the Saudi (‘nvoy to the United States, Adel Al-jubeir, at a Wa sh I ngt( >n r( 'st a u ra n I, U.S. officials have d(*S( ribi'd it ,is a ri’mark' ably (lumsy but fleadly seriiuis o|K'ration by Iran's eliU' foreign a< lion unit, thc' C^uds lore Two men w(>re ( hargc'd in ti’deral court lui'scl.iv for allc'gedly Iry-iirg to hire a purported Mi'XK an drug ( artel mc'm-l>er to (.irry out the ass.issi-natron with a l)()ml) .rtlac k.  ()b.im,i is sc'eking ,) vigorous res()onSe from around the world, on lop of me revised sanc tions ,mcl pressure agaiivsi Iran trom the Unitc'd Statf's itsc'lt.  PINK  Continued from poge lA  During a ( elebr.ilion where' all ( anc er survivors in tiu' room w('re .ipplaud ed, live 24-year survivor ot brcMsi can(cr stressed the im|)oilancc‘ ot gc'tting mam mogr.ims,  "]h(’y ( ould not teel it," sh(> said, "f \oryone nec‘ds to g('t a mammogram."  I lie grc)up alsif heard the powertul story ot guc'sl sp(‘aker Kathy Star( h, two time bre.vsl ( aiicc'f survivor.  K.ithy was lirsl di.ignosed With Ixeasi ( an< er in Nov('mbc'r JOOl. Ihc*n, sh<‘ h.id a i-ye<ir-old, a J -yc'ar old .ind a inontli old. She began (h(nnolher.ip\ trc'at-menls ev(Mv three weeks tor SIX months, tollowc'd bv radiiilion, and llten to! lowed l)\ lamoxileii.  K.ilhy lell like she had l)ei)fc‘i) ihc' ( aiK ei,  “I lie was good tor sev  LAURA McKENZIE | Herald Zeifnnq  Pink desserts cover tables inside the McKenna Events Center on Thursday during the We Think Pink' event  (>ral vcMTS," she told the auduMK e.  Ihcni in luly 2010, the oiKologist's nurse < .riled, TIk" d(K tof w.intc'd to Katin to ret.ikc' hc>r Irlood tc'sts. It w.is [)r()bablv nothing, th(> nurse told K.ithy.  Bui then, she and her husband, l)i David Sl.m h, ret eived the test rc'sults.  "VV(> knew wf' weri' going to have lo tight again," Kalliy said, "I rc'm<‘mb(M sitting alone at night in thi^ (|uit't t.ilking to  (iod, .ind th(‘ fec'ling of h(4plc>ssness. 1 remc'mbc'r telling him, I don't want to do this again.'  'Tl(> said, 'I know.' I s.iid, 'I'm sc a red,' He said, 1 know,' That night it was like he w.is holding my tacc* in his h.inds, like’ a parc*nt does to a child, and he said, ' Irust mi',"'  Kathy underwent more' surgi'ries and proc ('dures and h.is now < ompleted Irealmc'iïl.  She ( rc'dited her l.imily tor b('ing strong and sup [)orling her through lh(‘ [iroicss ot trc'almenl.  "I think these evC'Hts let us ,ill know ih.ii we are not alone,' s.iid ( yndi lOstc'r, kelav tor I ile commilt(*(> and a tlirc'i'-vc'.ir brt'asl < an-i er survivor. 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