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CARSON -- Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin will appear at a rally on October 4, according to the Republican Party of Orange County. Organizers had wanted the event to be held in Orange County, but an appearance was postponed so Palin...
As one of its nine arguments for war, the Bush administration accused Saddam Hussein of flouting international efforts to block illicit weapons programs. What the White House said In the summer of 2002, many influential voices--including, apparently,...
In 1998, the year Saddam Hussein squeezed weapons inspectors out of Iraq, then-President Bill Clinton famously defined the risk of leaving Hussein unchallenged: "He will conclude that the international community has lost its will. He will then conclude...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Dick Cheney, Saddam Hussein, Weaponry, Defense
Tribune news services contributed to this reportThat Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf feels secure enough to leave his country for a week is testimony to the growing confidence of a man who has emerged as one of America's most crucial allies in the war against terrorism. As he jets his way through...
Tribune Movie Critic3½ stars (out of 4) "The Interpreter"a new Sydney Pollack political thriller set and shot largely in New York City's United Nations headquartersis the kind of polished, exciting treat the movies should give us far more regularly. As beautifully...
Tags: Catherine Keener, Movies, Gaming, New York City, United Nations
Courant Staff WriterGuarding against a possible terrorist strike during memorials marking last September's attack on the World Trade Center, the government is barring small private planes from the airspace over New York City during much of a three-day span beginning next...
Tags: New York City, Transportation, Long Island, Stamford, Defense
Times Staff WriterTrumpeter Hugh Masekela strides purposefully through South Africa's Apartheid Museum, breezing past exhibits on the elaborate racial classification system that relegated black people to the fringes of society, past photographs of bodies of unarmed...
Washington BureauThe general in charge of U.S. troops in Afghanistan contended Thursday that the military campaign against the Taliban was progressing as planned but cautioned its success could not be measured in terms of conquered territory. "We like the progress we...
Tags: Turkey, Taliban, Afghanistan, Qatar, Rebellions
The Palestinian uprising in the West Bank has turned into an "ongoing campaign of terror," damaging Yasser Arafat's image with many Israelis who support a peace settlement, a senior State Department official said Friday. The Palestinian leader's...
Tags: Palestine, White House, Death, Israel, Armed Conflicts
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They were people whose labor fuels the city a waiter and a chef, a carpenter and a carpet installer, an electrician, a UN security expert, a lawyer, a financial services worker. One was just beginning his workday, but most were heading home. Some were...
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