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Sun StaffThe port of Baltimore - the nation's eighth-largest - suffers from significant security shortcomings, including gaps in fences, unattended gates, alarms and camera systems that don't work or exist, and insufficient police patrols on land and sea,...
Sun reporterBan Saadi Abdallatif still has trouble sleeping some nights, remembering her uncle and cousin, shot dead by the militia, or thinking about her brother's narrow escape from kidnappers. But it's nothing like the fear she lived with back in Diyala, where law...
• An Iraqi individual or family registers with the local mission of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees. Those who meet U.N. vulnerability criteria are referred to a third country for possible resettlement. • Iraqis referred to the United...
Mustafa Hamad Rassoul doesn't see how his family can survive. Back in Baghdad, the 55-year-old Iraqi Kurd says, the money he made running a clothing shop was more than enough to house and feed his two wives and 10 children. But here in Syria, where he...
Early 2003 The United States prepares to lead the invasion of Iraq. The United States and others position personnel and supplies in the region to respond to a possible refugee crisis. March 19, 2003 President George W. Bush announces the start of...
Tags: Migration, Iraq, Employees, National Security, Human Rights
The swearing-in came off without a security-related hitch yesterday, but underneath the calm veneer, federal authorities were intensively investigating a report that a group of Somalia-based militants wanted to initiate some kind of inauguration-related...
Tags: Somalia, White House
Sun National StaffNEW ORLEANS -- Rescue teams searched swamped street after street, house to house yesterday for those still living in this devastated city, as the U.S. health and human services secretary estimated that Hurricane Katrina and the flood that followed...
Issues Nancy L. Howard, Ocean City: Where can I find the history of the 2006 budget tourism funding? Nitkin: Nancy, I'm not sure whether you are talking about the budget for the 2006 fiscal year (July 1, 2005, to June 30, 2006), which was adopted by...
Sun StaffThe flu season that arrives each fall kills an average of 36,000 people in the United States alone. Far deadlier are worldwide outbreaks, called pandemics, that periodically sweep through human populations. Over the past 300 years, there have been 10...
Sun StaffThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved nearly $6 million in security upgrades for the port of Baltimore yesterday, despite worries from the governor and state treasurer about whether a new security camera system would be adequate. In addition to a...
Sun National StaffNEW ORLEANS - As rescuers intensified their search yesterday for survivors and bodies in New Orleans and across the Gulf Coast, President Bush returned to the stricken area to thank relief workers and pledge a "huge effort" to help the region recover from...
Tags: George H.W. Bush, Floods, Maryland, Suicide, Louis Armstrong
Sun reportersGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said yesterday that he was concerned that a state-owned company in the United Arab Emirates could gain control of some operations at the port of Baltimore - the highest-ranking Maryland official to weigh in on what has ballooned...
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