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Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - She climbed aboard Bus No. 2 in the Old City without hesitating, her small grandchildren trailing behind, tired after a busy day touring a museum and the ancient ruins in the Jewish Quarter. They sat in the middle, by the swivel point of...
Tags: Children, Firearms, Yasser Arafat, Suicide, Death
Associated PressSINGAPORE - Singapore released details yesterday of what it said was an elaborate plot by al-Qaida terrorists to blow up Western embassies, U.S. naval vessels and a bus carrying American soldiers. The government also made public a videotape it said was...
Tribune staff reporterThe commander of the American war effort in Afghanistan said troops will leave the mountainous region of Tora Bora by midweek without finding clues to the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden. Gen. Tommy Franks said the weekslong search of the eastern region...
Tags: Kabul (Afghanistan), Tony Blair, Al-Qaeda, Indonesia, Defense
From Wire ReportsFrom France to Indonesia to Russia, in the offices of national leaders and in the streets, a loud international chorus condemned the attack on Iraq yesterday. French President Jacques Chirac said he regretted an action that started without United Nations...
Tags: London (England), Pakistan, Civil Unrest, Costas Simitis, Europe
Associated PressWASHINGTON - With American troops dug in for long stays in Afghanistan and Iraq, the United States has been holding unannounced talks with Iran, a country that shares long borders with both, officials said yesterday. The discussions began not long...
Associated PressJIDDAH, Saudi Arabia - FBI agents have interviewed a Saudi man suspected of helping two of the Sept. 11 hijackers, a U.S. Embassy official said yesterday. Omar al-Bayoumi was interviewed Sunday night by FBI agents in the Red Sea port city of Jiddah,...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A powerful remote-controlled bomb blew up under an official U.S. convoy in the Gaza Strip yesterday, killing three American security guards and drawing the United States more deeply into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The explosion marked...
Associated PressDUBAI, United Arab Emirates - With the Iraq war in its fourth week and anti-American sentiment running high in the Arab world, U.S. companies in the region are anxious about the war's effects on their earnings and their employees' security. During the...
Sun Foreign StaffKABUL, Afghanistan - The August night when three Maryland National Guard military police units arrived in Afghanistan, several rockets shrieked into the neighborhood near their Kabul base. The MPs raced through their mazelike compound, not far from the...
Tags: Kabul (Afghanistan), Parkville, Al-Qaeda, Firearms, McDonald's
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON -- Al-Qaida's top terror operative in Southeast Asia has been arrested and is in U.S. custody, according to White House and intelligence officials, who hailed the capture of the militant Muslim cleric as a major blow against Osama bin Laden's...
Associated PressJERUSALEM - The United States has accepted a Palestinian plan to persuade militant groups to halt anti-Israeli attacks rather than launch an immediate crackdown, the Palestinians said yesterday, just days before a three-way summit with President Bush....
Tags: Ariel Sharon, Armed Conflicts, Death, Hamas, George W. Bush
Associated PressSINGAPORE - Singapore boasts one of the world's most efficient intelligence gathering networks. So when suspected al-Qaida terrorists were arrested here on suspicion of plotting to blow up the U.S. Embassy, it sent an alarming message: If terrorists can...
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