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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...
Tags: London (England), Weaponry, NATO, Turkey, George W. Bush
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...
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....
Tags: National Security, Weaponry, U.S. Military, NATO, Czech Republic
- "I am paying for this microphone, Mr. Breen." When someone tried to turn off his microphone at a Reagan-sponsored debate during 1980 New Hampshire primaries. - "We have to move ahead, but we are not going to leave anyone behind." Republican National...
Tags: Government, Jimmy Carter, Protestantism, Death, Nancy Reagan
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - After more than a year of disputes over the fate of Iraq, European leaders, including those most forcefully opposed to the war that deposed Saddam Hussein, finally had something to agree on yesterday: His capture is a victory for Iraqis. The...
Knight Ridder/tribuneVIENNA, Austria - United Nations weapons inspectors said yesterday that they are pushing for completely open access when they search Iraq for weapons of mass destruction and praised their opening negotiations here with Iraqi officials as "positive" and...
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON -- The United States on Thursday circulated a proposed Security Council resolution that would lift U.N. sanctions on Iraq, let the U.S. and Britain run the country for at least a year and allow Iraq to begin selling oil again. U.S. officials...
Sun Foreign StaffMOSCOW - When war against Iraq seemed imminent, Baghdad's ambassador to Russia became one of Saddam Hussein's most prominent spokesmen, warning that the United States would become the target of a "holy jihad of all humanity." Today, the larger-than-...
Tags: Weaponry, Moscow (Russia), Television, Government, Armed Forces
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