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Special To The SunWhile zipping through the Eastern Shore city of Cambridge on the way to the ocean, most folks have no idea that just to the south are tidal marshes so scenic and vast that they have been dubbed the "Everglades of Maryland." Indeed, southern Dorchester...
From Wire ReportsWASHINGTON -- Osama bin Laden was shown on television yesterday afternoon declaring that "America is full of fear" and would never be safe and secure until Palestinians feel safe and secure. "America was hit by God in one of its softest spots. America is...
Sun Foreign StaffAQABA, Jordan - Arab leaders meeting with President Bush in Egypt yesterday promised to prevent financing of terrorism and help stem violence against Israel, preparing the way for a crucial summit today, when the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers...
Tags: Armed Conflicts, Hosni Mubarak, Bahrain, Israel, Mahmoud Abbas
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - After weeks of hushed talks, President Bush is edging closer to endorsing a withdrawal plan by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon that could mark the most significant development in the Arab-Israeli conflict since the start of the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Seven weeks after the fall of Baghdad, President Bush and the leaders of Israel and the Arab world face both rewards and risks as they turn their attention from war to peace at a pair of summits near the Red Sea this week. On his first...
Associated PressCAIRO, Egypt - Rulers across the Middle East have just witnessed how quickly Iraqis went from pledging "our blood, our souls" for Saddam Hussein to toppling his statues and spitting on his portraits. It has been an earthquake, in which some are drawing...
Tags: Hosni Mubarak, Political Systems, Israel, Syria, Disasters
Associated PressDUBAI, United Arab Emirates - With the Iraq war in its fourth week and anti-American sentiment running high in the Arab world, U.S. companies in the region are anxious about the war's effects on their earnings and their employees' security. During the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With rising international support for confronting Iraq, President Bush ratcheted up pressure on Congress yesterday, mocking Democrats who want to delay a vote on authorizing force until the United Nations acts. "Democrats waiting for the U....
Tags: Illinois, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Colin Powell, U.S. Military
Los Angeles TimesJERUSALEM - Israeli fighter jets flew deep into the skies over Syria early yesterday and bombed a suspected terrorist training camp, pushing Israel's fight to quell the Palestinian uprising beyond the boundaries of the Palestinian territories and...
Sun Foreign StaffKUWAIT CITY - Pictures of American troops in the center of Baghdad, and then speculation that Saddam Hussein himself had been bombed, gave the unmistakable impression yesterday that the end of the war in Iraq has drawn considerably closer. Arab...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas agreed yesterday to meet in Egypt on Tuesday along with the leaders of Egypt and Jordan, in an apparent breakthrough in relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors....
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