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Sun Foreign StaffPRAGUE, Czech Republic - NATO leaders agreed yesterday to issue a strong warning to Iraq as the alliance moved to transform itself from a defense-oriented relic of the Cold War to a fighting force capable of combating rogue states and terrorism worldwide....
Associated PressANKARA, Turkey - The government asked parliament yesterday to open Turkish airspace to U.S. warplanes bound for Iraq, a delayed move that falls short of Washington's initial hopes to station ground troops in Turkey. The proposal would not allow U.S....
Tags: Foreign Aid, Government, Wars and Interventions, Iraq, Defense
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Presidential politics took a back seat yesterday to the capture of Saddam Hussein, but its implications for the 2004 campaign cannot be minimized. Although the achievement hardly assures President Bush's re-election, for now it almost...
Tags: Al Gore, Government, Howard Dean, George W. Bush, John Kerry
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - An Army special forces soldier was killed yesterday during a firefight in eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistan border, the first member of the U.S. military to die from hostile fire in the 3-month-old conflict, defense officials said. A CIA...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Under pressure from the persistent violence in Iraq, President Bush said yesterday that the United States was engaged in a period of "testing" and likened the challenge in Iraq to the reconstruction of Japan and Germany after World War II....
Associated PressWASHINGTON - President Bush's national security adviser last night accused Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's regime of sheltering members of the al-Qaida terrorist network in Baghdad and helping Osama bin Laden's operatives in developing chemical weapons....
Sept. 11, 2001 8:48 a.m. American Airlines Flight 11 crashes into One World Trade Center, the north tower. 9:03 a.m. United Airlines Flight 175 crashes into Two World Trade Center, the south tower. 9:45 a.m. American Airlines Flight 77 crashes into the...
Tags: United Air Lines, Drunk Driving, Iraq, Defense, Judges
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The United States made headway yesterday in its push for "zero-tolerance" weapons inspections in Iraq. But it backed away from its demand that the United Nations authorize the immediate use of military force if Saddam Hussein continues his...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- With American costs and casualties mounting in Iraq, the Bush administration is showing new interest in putting NATO in charge of the military occupation as a way of scaling back the U.S. troop commitment, U.S. and NATO officials say....
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Just weeks after the angriest rift with a close ally in decades, the United States is quietly backing away from threats to penalize France for its strenuous efforts to block the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Although Secretary of State Colin L....
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 - 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...
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