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  • Britain lists criteria for banning radicals

    LONDON - Britain will deport any non-citizen who foments, justifies or glorifies terrorist violence, Home Secretary Charles Clarke said yesterday, unveiling toughened criteria for remaining in the country in response to the July attacks on the transit...
  • Bombing kills 20 at U.N. post in Baghdad

    BAGHDAD -- A suicide bomber rammed a cement truck loaded with explosives into the U.N. headquarters here Tuesday, toppling a wing of the building in a thunderous, dust-choked roar and killing the top envoy and at least 19 other people. Scores more --...
  • Al-Qaida leader threatens more attacks on West

    LONDON - After weeks of speculation about al-Qaida ties to the London bombings on July 7, a video emerged yesterday of Osama bin Laden's top lieutenant and of a British Muslim who blew himself up in the attacks. In the video, the bomber proclaimed himself...
  • Saboteurs in Iraq target U.S. credibility

    BAGHDAD -- The truck bomb that shattered the U.N.'s compound in Baghdad and killed its chief official leaves little doubt that a campaign of violence is overwhelming the ability of U.S.-led occupation forces to reconstruct Iraq. Since a car bombing at...
  • U.S. faces growing Mideast quandary

    WASHINGTON - The deadly truck bombing at the United Nations compound in Baghdad two days ago underscores the continued U.S. inability to pacify Iraq and appears to push President Bush's goal of a transformed Middle East further into the future. Far...
  • Attacks haunt the nation

    WASHINGTON - It is President Bush's most reliable applause line as he campaigns for re-election. "I had a choice," he says of the decision to invade Iraq and force Saddam Hussein from power. "Do I take the word of a madman, forget the lessons of...
  • Facing anthrax scare with rational caution

    AMERICANS should react to the possibility of terrorism by anthrax spore as they have to such dangers as cancer from the sun and death on the highways - by proceeding with caution, even extreme caution, but not with panic. A handful of incidents,...
  • Out of loss, a struggle for meaning

    The No. 7 elevated train clanks and squeals along the rooftops of Queens, scattering pigeons on the way past Shea Stadium, sliding by graffiti on brick and rusty steel. The riders, a polyglot mix, study textbooks, argue into cell phones, chat in Korean,...
  • Two sons, brothers lost in Iraq, two views of war that took them

    Last in a series COLUMBUS, Ohio - The vases of flowers on the dining room table are many days past their prime, the pink roses now hanging their heads. But still they sit. Red, white and blue ribbons that once adorned them are saved in a basket on the...
  • A presidency shaken finds 'higher calling'

    WASHINGTON - It looked as though George W. Bush would be a domestic president. He lacked seasoning in foreign affairs. The nation was at peace. Bush's plan: bring to the White House a recipe of reforms that he felt had made him a successful governor. "It...
  • O'Malley's speech doesn't go far

    O'Malley's speech doesn't go far
    Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley brought his prescription for improving homeland security to the Democratic convention last night, but his short speech was rewarded with only modest applause outside the Maryland delegation and a snub from major broadcast...
  • When Europe slowly surrenders to intolerance

    On the one hand, it is completely unsurprising that Europe has become a swamp of anti-Jewish hostility. It is, after all, Europe. Anti-Jewish hostility has been its metier for centuries. (Yes, the locus of much anti-Jewish activity today is within Europe'...