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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush said yesterday that he had "no doubt" going to war against Iraq was the right action but sidestepped a question about using evidence that turned out to be bogus to bolster his case for toppling Saddam Hussein. Speaking in...
Sun StaffExactly four weeks ago yesterday, a Mexican grill replaced a failed kosher restaurant on Reisterstown Road near Seven Mile Lane. Mari Luna Mexican Grill - named after the Mexican-born owner's wife - is the latest sign of the growing ethnic diversity...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - An Islamic cleric from Laurel who has been occasionally linked to Osama bin Laden said yesterday that he has never met the man and had nothing to do with the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Moataz al-Hallak, 41, met for...
Tags: Maryland, Transportation Accidents, Pakistan, Family, Lawyers
Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress, distinguished guests, fellow citizens: Every year, by law and by custom, we meet here to consider the state of the union. This year, we gather in this chamber deeply aware of decisive days that lie...
Special to the SunFrom its founding 300 years ago as William Penn's planned "greene countrie towne," Philadelphia has been a city meant to be lived in. The neighborhoods of Center City (what natives call "downtown" Philadelphia) and beyond all have their own quirks and...
Sun StaffRip Ballou's world began to blur around the edges as he stood among the croquet wickets, sipping home-brewed beer at a friend's lawn party. He should have expected it. Two weeks earlier, he'd agreed to let infected mosquitoes land on his arm and fill...
Sun StaffILIFI, Kenya -- It's a calamity occurring in slow-motion, something that many see happening but no one is sure how to stop. Here in Africa, where AIDS and tuberculosis rage, doctors are witnessing another health catastrophe in the making, a surge in fatal...
Sun StaffThe fall of Saddam Hussein's brutal dictatorship strips Iraq of a heavy blanket of oppression that has endured for a generation. The future of this country depends on what has been hiding beneath that blanket. In the best-case scenario, the blanket is...
Special to the SunLet's say this first: The Baltimore Zoo is one of the finest in the country. But every zoo is different, and sometimes it's fun to check out the animals and exhibits lurking in other cities. Summertime, the season of vacationing and visiting, is an ideal...
Sun National StaffWith United Nations sanctions lifted, Iraq is poised to resume exporting crude by mid-June and start using its oil wealth - it has the world's second-largest reserves - to bankroll an equitable, democratic society. Or so American policy-makers hope....
Reuters* EU team will advise and train Libyan officials * Worries that militants, guns cross borders freely BRUSSELS, May 22 (Reuters) - European Union governments agreed on Wednesday to send advisers to Libya to help improve border security in response to...
Tags: Mali, Libya, Niger, Muammar Gaddafi, NATO
Reuters* EU team will advise and train Libyan officials * Worries that militants, guns cross borders freely BRUSSELS, May 22 (Reuters) - European Union governments approved a mission on Wednesday to help Libya improve its border security in response to...
Tags: Mali, Libya, Tripoli (Libya), Niger, Libyan Civil War (2011)
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