British politicians sharpen pens Cash and clout: Politicians and statesmen in Britain regularly find writing to be more lucrative and influential than toiling in public office. They shape opinion in newspaper columns and entertain in novels.
Religious divide widens in Israel After Rabin slaying: Arrests of seven religious men in the plot to kill the prime minister highlight the antagonism between Israel's secular and religious Jews as never before.
Where does Israel go from here? Rabin assassination leaves uneasy truce between right, left
Israel continues on road to peace Troop redeployment resumes; Peres eager not to lose momentum; Week devoted to mourning; Right-wing rhetoric is called a factor in Rabin assassination
Israel battles grief, hate Thousands see Rabin lie in state; leaders gather for funeral; 'A unity of mourning'; Likud leader pledges not to oppose Peres' interim government
Israeli leader Rabin slain Prime minister cut down by gunfire at peace rally; Jewish law student held; Shimon Peres appointed interim head of government
Set's designer brings down house 'An Inspector Calls': Several effects enliven revival of Priestley's drama, which opens Tuesday at the Mechanic.
The end of noblesse oblige Alec Douglas-Home: Leader always came to the aid of party and country.
West Bank agreement in for close Knesset vote Israeli parliament could tie, bring down Rabin's government
A bleak day for the architect of 'Greater Israel' Surrender of territory under Washington accord darkens Shamir's vision
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Bermuda Peers over the Abyss
Lord Lever, 81, a former Labor government...
Potsdam: When the Guard Changed
Helene Johnson, 89, whose poetry about the...
The Struggle for the Party's Soul
Major Survives, for Now
Tories vote to retain Major as party leader
Major's bold stroke or political suicide?
Major's Pre-emptive Strike
MAJOR RESIGNS AS PARTY CHIEF
As Britain's newspapers have it, Major is down and soon to be out
Deadlines stirring action on Middle East peace
British Labor's Last Winner
David Davies, 108, Britain's oldest man, a...
Britain's Labor Party drops its call for nationalizing industry
CHURCHILL PAPERS SOLD Scholars rejoice in $20 million deal
No Major Harm Done
Corruption scandal threatens Israeli government
Michael Dash, 36, a singer who functioned...
Clinton Plays the Green Card
British mourn passing of institution on rails
Mass media's mega-man strikes again
Small party with past links to IRA, Moscow may help form Irish Cabinet
Major moves to counter European Union skeptics
Britain agrees to talks with IRA's Sinn Fein
Silly season in Great Britain turns political
Rabin coalition wavers over Golan Heights issue
Pieces falling into place for solution to Northern Ireland's guerrilla war
Hampstead student starts public service career early
Conservatives, Labor cultivate competing young looks
Tell 'em, Rush
Ukraine Faces Its Moment of Truth
Germany Turns Right, Britain Left
The British scene: Heseltine's expectations rest on Major's bad fortune
200 in London protest Major's labeling of beggars as 'offensive,' 'eyesores'
British Labor leader, 55, dies after heart attack
Blow to Britain
British Conservatives suffer large-scale defeat
Major, Conservatives appear headed for defeat in two British elections