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Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - They call themselves the Liberal Democratic Movement, one of many fledgling political parties vying for power here. They're squatting in a building that used to be a Women's Union, and they use the half that escaped American bombs....
Sun Foreign StaffIsraeli tanks shelled targets in the West Bank Monday night to avenge a suicide bombing hours earlier on the Israeli coast that killed two soldiers and severely wounded a third, according to Israeli security sources and Palestinian witnesses. The bombing...
Sun Foreign StaffASHDOD, Israel - Two Palestinian suicide bombers blew themselves up yesterday at Israel's heavily guarded seaport here, killing 10 other people and wounding at least 20 others in the first successful militant attack on a strategic target in more than...
Sun StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - Court-martial proceedings against Maryland-based U.S. soldiers accused of abusing Iraqi prisoners are to begin here today, but among many Iraqis the verdict on the legal process is already in: It's a sham. Their evidence has little to...
Associated PressSAN FRANCISCO - The Justice Department signed off yesterday on the Oct. 7 election to recall Gov. Gray Davis, in response to warnings from a federal judge in San Jose who questioned whether the voting rights of minorities would be upheld. In a separate...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A powerful remote-controlled bomb blew up under an official U.S. convoy in the Gaza Strip yesterday, killing three American security guards and drawing the United States more deeply into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The explosion marked...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM -- Members of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Likud party rejected yesterday his plan to withdraw unilaterally from the Gaza Strip and parts of the West Bank, dealing an embarrassing political setback to Sharon, who had put his prestige on...
Tags: Children, Gaza Crisis (2008), Ariel Sharon, Civil Unrest, Israel
Sun StaffThe boy sitting patiently in the Hagerstown Community College auditorium, playing his Game Boy and fidgeting with his hair, gets up and goes to the podium with his mom and his baby sister when their names are called. About 100 people watch him, waiting to...
Sun StaffOctober 2 A 55-year-old man becomes the sniper's first victim when he is killed by a single bullet around 6 p.m. in a grocery parking lot in Montgomery County. Earlier, a bullet is fired through a Michael's craft store window; no one is hit. October 3...
Tags: Hunting, Injuries and Wounds, Assault, Murder, FBI
Chicago TribuneMOSUL, Iraq - U.S. troops hauled away the wreckage of two Black Hawk helicopters yesterday to begin an investigation into a deadly collision over this city in northern Iraq as another audiotape purportedly from ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein warned of...
When the U.S. Navy began its great sell-off of surplus ships in 1991, Richard Jaross was among the first to see an opportunity.He began dismantling Navy ships at a California scrapyard, where workers were exposed to lead and asbestos. He came to Baltimore...
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