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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The prospect of a war to topple Saddam Hussein has injected new volatility into world oil markets, raised fears of future disruptions, and spurred international and corporate jockeying for the untapped petroleum bonanza beneath Iraq. Tremors...
Tags: Natural Resources, Prices, Commodity Markets, Defense, Kuwait
Special To The SunRIYADH, Saudi Arabia - The invitation one afternoon this week was for a ladies' tea - a social event at the home of the U.S. ambassador's wife, Ann Jordan. Tea was served to the Americans and their Saudi guests. Polite introductions and pleasantries were...
Tags: Islam, Los Angeles Times, Death, Diplomacy, Saddam Hussein
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With President Bush and his top aides saying that the time for diplomacy is slipping away, military officers and defense analysts predict that the United States could once again be at war with Iraq as early as the third week in February....
Tags: Defense, Kuwait, Weather Reports, U.S. Army, Gaming
Times Staff WriterSecond of two parts CREMONA, Italy -- Days before the fall of the Ansar al Islam terrorist group in northern Iraq last month, an alleged Ansar militant named Noureddine Drissi got an urgent call on his satellite phone from his imam. The call came from...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Family, U.S. Army, Colin Powell, Prosecution
Times Staff WriterFirst of two-parts DAGA SHERKHAN, Iraq -- In this mountain crease beyond the orchards, a stream meanders past abandoned houses scattered with prayer caps, sunflower seeds, religious scrawling, a ski mask, spent bullet casings and the remote control for a...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - As he prepares to address the U.N. General Assembly today, President Bush faces a world far more skeptical about his leadership and American intentions than a year ago, when he challenged the United Nations to confront the "grave and...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Turkey's alarm yesterday at the surge by Kurdish forces into the oil-rich city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq threw a spotlight on the ethnic and religious cauldron that American soldiers and diplomats now must keep from bubbling over. Iraq's...
From Wire ReportsGENEVA -- Up to 90 percent of the Iraqis detained by the United States were arrested "by mistake," according to coalition intelligence officers quoted in a Red Cross report disclosed yesterday. It also said U.S. officers mistreated inmates at the...
Sun Foreign StaffAQABA, Jordan - The day before Israeli and Palestinian leaders meet here with President Bush to launch an ambitious peace initiative called the road map, the two sides remain deeply divided over fundamental issues. State Department representatives have...
Tags: Gaza Strip, Defense, Colin Powell, Government, Refugee
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The trials of Saddam Hussein and other Iraqi leaders could produce embarrassing reminders of past American support for his government and of the West's failure to punish him despite mounting evidence of Iraqi atrocities. Lawyers familiar...
Sun Foreign StaffAMMAN, Jordan - The restaurant called Whispers offers a slice of Americana, from cheeseburgers to chocolate shakes, and is where several Jordanians who studied or worked in the United States were talking yesterday about what seemed an abrupt change in...
Special To The SunBAGHDAD, Iraq - Retired Texas oil executive Philip J. Carroll, the Pentagon's hand-picked adviser overseeing the reconstruction of Iraq's oil industry, acknowledged yesterday that he faces potential conflicts of interest because of his financial...
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