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Sun Foreign StaffKOROLYOV, Russia - Some appeared red-eyed and anguished, others stoic and somber. They spoke different languages and saluted different flags. But the Russian and American space explorers who gathered at Russia's Mission Control Center here yesterday were...
Tags: Disasters, White House, NASA, Technology, Rocketry
Sun Foreign StaffMOSCOW -- The technicians and cosmonauts working in Russia's once-glorious space program were laboring in obscurity a week ago, ignored by the world they had once astonished. Today, the fate of the $100 billion International Space Station, and the...
Tags: Disasters, Vehicles, Japan, NASA, Technology
Associated PressBERLIN - Karol Wojtyla became a priest in 1946, just as the Iron Curtain descended across Europe. The inspiration he provided as Pope John Paul II helped to tear it down. Lech Walesa, founder of the Solidarity movement that toppled communism in Poland in...
Sun Foreign StaffEVIAN, France -- The leaders of the world's largest industrial democracies targeted North Korea and Iran yesterday with a message -- and an implicit warning -- dismantle programs that could be used to produce nuclear weapons, or face measures that would...
Sun Foreign StaffMOSCOW -- The success of American military action in Afghanistan could hinge on aid from a small, rebel Afghan army that just two weeks ago seemed on the verge of collapse. The Northern Alliance, which includes the remnants of the forces that were...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- The United States mounted an uphill drive yesterday to win international backing for war against Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, joining with Britain and Spain to propose a new United Nations resolution declaring that Iraq has missed its "final...
Tags: United Kingdom, White House, United Nations, Germany, Weaponry
Knight Ridder/tribuneUNITED NATIONS -- The Bush administration's drive toward war with Iraq grew more complicated yesterday evening when Iraqi officials agreed "in principle" to comply with a U.N. order to begin dismantling scores of prohibited missiles. Chief U.N. weapons...
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - France, Germany and Belgium yesterday blocked NATO efforts to begin planning to protect Turkey in case of a war with Iraq, prompting a public call for emergency consultations under the alliance's mutual defense treaty for the first time in its...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Despite deep misgivings among administration hard-liners, President Bush decided yesterday to seek a multinational force for Iraq under a United Nations mandate and to call on the world body to play a major role in forming a new Iraqi...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - While France and Russia each threatened to veto a United Nations resolution authorizing war against Iraq, the Bush administration agreed yesterday to ease the terms of its ultimatum to Baghdad in a bid to win Security Council backing for...
From Wire ReportsPARIS - France and Russia made clear yesterday that they were ready to use their veto powers to block passage of a new United Nations Security Council resolution authorizing force against Iraq, but Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said the United States...
Tags: Pakistan, United Kingdom, White House, United Nations, Germany
Sun Foreign StaffPRAGUE, Czech Republic - NATO leaders agreed yesterday to issue a strong warning to Iraq as the alliance moved to transform itself from a defense-oriented relic of the Cold War to a fighting force capable of combating rogue states and terrorism worldwide....
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