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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Iraq reacted with defiance yesterday to American and British proposals for tough new arms-inspection measures even as Russia, Baghdad's strongest supporter on the United Nations Security Council, agreed to give the proposals a careful look....
Associated PressUNITED NATIONS - In a troubling sign for U.S. efforts to push a tough new Iraq resolution through the Security Council, Russia and France said yesterday that they weren't satisfied with a revised draft that warns Baghdad of "serious consequences" if it...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, China, Iraq, George W. Bush, United Nations
Times Staff WritersNEWARK, N.J. -- Revealing the fruits of an elaborate, 18-month-long sting operated with agents of the Russian secret police, federal authorities on Wednesday unveiled criminal charges against three men who they say conspired to sell a shoulder-mounted...
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...
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: Saddam Hussein, Police Arrests, Government, Iraq, Death
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON -- Facing outrage from Europe, Russia and Canada, the Bush administration Wednesday appeared to soften its decision to ban countries that did not support the war in Iraq from seeking $18.6 billion in prime contracts to rebuild the nation....
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The man who spent World War II in Hollywood, wearing an Army uniform and acting in training films, went on to become the commander in chief responsible for rebuilding America's military might and boosting the morale of troops dispirited by...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- Among the crush of foreign dignitaries paying final respects to Ronald Reagan at the National Cathedral today will be one man -- recognizable by his intense gaze, easy grin and the rose-colored birthmark on his forehead -- who shares...
Special To The SunWASHINGTON - On the telephone and in person, President Bush prodded Russia's top officials yesterday to support a stringent United Nations resolution against Iraq, but apparently found little success in softening their resistance. Russian Foreign...
Staff And Wire ReportsShocked by the devastating attacks in the United States, a global audience became transfixed yesterday by images broadcast from New York and Washington. Reactions ranged from Norwegians in Oslo leaving flowers in a park near the U.S. Embassy, to...
Tags: Hamas, Israel, Yasser Arafat, Italy, Government
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - For even the most well-equipped and well-trained modern armies, the most difficult task may be defeating terrorism, a battle that confronts the United States as it considers effective retaliation against those who carried out this week's...
Sun Foreign StaffTASHKENT, Uzbekistan - Corruption, repression and economic hardship have fueled such widespread discontent here that the entire country is on the brink of unraveling, and many fear that with the slightest effort the Taliban of neighboring Afghanistan...
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