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The eight people killed in the Washington-area sniper shootings: - James D. Martin, 55, of Silver Spring. Killed Oct. 2. A Vietnam veteran and program analyst for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. His father died when he was 8, and he...
Sun Foreign StaffThe seven members of the machine gun team squeezed themselves inside their amphibious assault vehicle. They were wearing their charcoal-lined camouflage suits and carrying gas masks. In their hands, they cradled their guns. Then they began to sing. It...
Tags: Upstream Oil and Gas Activities, Kuwait, Arts, England, Vehicles
Sun StaffAll five of them were doing the most ordinary things before a gunman ended their lives, one at a time, over 16 hours. James Martin was in a grocery store parking lot on his way home from work. Sonny Buchanan was mowing the lawn outside a car dealership....
Special To The SunThey mourned the dead, prayed for those left behind and struggled with news that seven astronauts had died in a fiery explosion, their final moments televised to horrified witnesses around the world. South Florida religious leaders of all denominations...
Sun National StaffOCEANSIDE, Calif. - Like military wives the world over, the women who gathered for dinner here recently have bonded so tightly these past several weeks that their chatter is all first-name-only telegraphing: the baby shower for Suzanne, the cartoon...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — America emerged from its last binge of "offshoring" with a comforting story about how it could win in the great global reshuffling of labor. Promoted by then-candidate Bill Clinton in the early 1990s and embellished by a slew of tech...
Sun StaffDr. Sinnarajah Raguraj was visiting friends in New York on Sunday, enjoying a leisurely breakfast, when he began to get frantic cell phone calls from all over the country. What was happening in Sri Lanka? Within hours, the Bel Air internist was back...
Associated PressCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Bureaucratic bungling has blocked food and medicine from reaching 70 percent of Sri Lankans left destitute by the tsunami, a government official said yesterday, while nine survivors of the disaster were found deep in a jungle on a...
Tags: Indonesia, Natural Disasters, Disasters, Sri Lanka, Death
Sun Foreign StaffFANISAU, Nigeria - If it were possible to wind back the centuries, Halima Umar's village would probably look much as it does today. Umar and her neighbors fetch water by lowering a bucket into a hand-dug well, toil in fields of millet and guinea corn, and...
Sun Foreign StaffWhen Pakistan's president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, met U.S. demands yesterday and urged Afghanistan to hand over Osama bin Laden, the military strongman was rewarded with a flurry of flag burnings and protests at home. This is Musharraf's political...
Sun StaffFew people even knew that the space shuttle Columbia had taken off two weeks ago, a routine launch that failed to capture the hearts and imaginations of Americans who once held their breath at every takeoff and landing. But as a morning of shock slid...
Tags: Maryland, Israel, Disasters, Starbucks Corp., Lyndon B. Johnson
Times Staff WriterAs an international SARS conference in Toronto concluded yesterday, Canadian officials reported two new cases of the pneumonia-like disease among health care workers in the city, a minor setback in efforts to control the outbreak. Canadian health...
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