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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush said yesterday that he wants Osama bin Laden, the Islamic militant suspected of masterminding last week's terrorist attacks, to be captured "dead or alive." As Bush considers his military options, which include targeting bin...
Sun Foreign StaffWhen Pakistan's president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, met U.S. demands yesterday and urged Afghanistan to hand over Osama bin Laden, the military strongman was rewarded with a flurry of flag burnings and protests at home. This is Musharraf's political...
Sun StaffAl-Jazeera means "the peninsula," but for some Americans this week, it might just as well mean "the island." A seeming island of news judgment unto itself, the Qatar-based news channel angered U.S. military and government officials Sunday by broadcasting...
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Palestinian militant groups yesterday declared an end to a nearly 8-week-old cease-fire with Israel after an Israeli missile strike killed a leader of Hamas on a residential street. Ismail Abu Shanab, who often served as a...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The former chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq blamed faulty intelligence work for the Bush administration concluding, erroneously in the inspector's view, that Saddam Hussein had stockpiled weapons of mass destruction. "It turns out we...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With a rare apology to abuse victims in Iraq, top Bush administration officials moved on several fronts yesterday to halt the erosion of American credibility worldwide from mistreatment of prisoners and limit further political damage to the...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- A senior Bush administration official said publicly this week for the first time that the United States might accept a United Nations-sponsored peacekeeping force in Iraq if it was led by U.S. military commanders. Richard L. Armitage, the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Facing still skeptical allies and demands for clearer evidence of threats posed by Saddam Hussein, the Bush administration yesterday launched what it described as a final push for international support for diplomatic and military pressure...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, Russia, Silvio Berlusconi, Al-Qaeda, Death
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - U.S. military casualties spiked Tuesday night into yesterday with a new round of mortar attacks, roadside bombs and shootings that left four soldiers dead and many more wounded. The American death toll since President Bush proclaimed...
Sun ReporterGeorge Walker Bush, claiming the mantle of president-elect for the first time, appealed for national unity and reconciliation in a televised speech last night. Bush, winner of the closest presidential election in more than a century despite having lost...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - As U.S. forces carried out a third day of strikes in Afghanistan, Pentagon officials said yesterday that the attacks had destroyed enough air defense sites to allow U.S. planes to carry out missions 24 hours a day. "Essentially, we have...
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON -- After urgent talks with his top foreign policy team, President Bush decided Wednesday to return to the United Nations for a resolution seeking greater international involvement in Iraq, including more foreign troops and wider funding for...
Tags: Scott McClellan, Charity, Germany, NATO, National Government
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