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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - An emotionless voice believed to be that of Osama bin Laden pledged solidarity yesterday with "our brothers in Iraq" and urged the Iraqi people to carry out suicide attacks if invaded by U.S.-led forces. "We stress the importance of...
From Wire ReportsBANDA ACEH, Indonesia - Haggard and dehydrated survivors of Asia's tsunami catastrophe flooded hospitals in the disaster zone yesterday, posing a new challenge for the global relief operation. A 5.8-magnitude quake, the latest of numerous aftershocks...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush authorized yesterday the call-up of 50,000 National Guard and Reserve troops to assist in cleanup operations at the scenes of Tuesday's terrorist attacks and to help provide security against possible future attacks. The...
Sun Foreign StaffAQABA, Jordan - Arab leaders meeting with President Bush in Egypt yesterday promised to prevent financing of terrorism and help stem violence against Israel, preparing the way for a crucial summit today, when the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Its hopes dwindling for United Nations support of war against Iraq, the Bush administration reversed itself yesterday and said it would delay a Security Council vote until next week and might even drop plans for a vote altogether. The...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Iraq, facing mounting international pressure and President Bush's oft-stated goal of driving Saddam Hussein from power, agreed yesterday to the return of United Nations weapons inspectors "without conditions," a move it said would remove...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - In the face of what they say is Iraq's failure to disclose key information about its weapons programs, American officials are increasing pressure on United Nations weapons inspectors to interview Iraqi scientists, preferably abroad. But...
Associated PressAs Secretary of State Colin L. Powell made his first visit to Iraq since the war, Vice President Dick Cheney hinted yesterday that the Bush administration next year would seek more money than the additional $87 billion requested mainly for costs in...
Sun Foreign StaffPARIS - In the diplomatic maneuvering over Iraq, the actions of France have been strongly similar to its maneuvering before the Persian Gulf war in 1991, when Paris said war was a bad idea, offered counterproposals and threatened to stand apart from the...
Sun Foreign StaffAQABA, Jordan - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his Palestinian counterpart, Mahmoud Abbas, offered unprecedented promises in the name of peace yesterday, urged along by President Bush, who said he had accomplished what he intended in his first...
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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Secretary of State Colin L. Powell will make a compelling case to the United Nations Security Council next week when he outlines the evidence against Iraq, but he is unlikely to produce a "smoking gun" or re-create what has come to be...
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