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ReutersKey European leaders converged Sunday on London to discuss the war on terrorism and agreed to push for progress in the stalled Middle East peace process. British Prime Minister Tony Blair held a dinner for leaders including President Jacques Chirac,...
Sun Foreign StaffEVIAN, France - As world leaders began to gather for an economic summit that many hoped would heal the diplomatic wounds caused by the war in Iraq, French President Jacques Chirac offered a crooked smile and the briefest of handshakes as he met with...
Tags: Iran, Globalization, France, BBC, Swiss Confederation
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAs the Bush administration entered its "final phase" of building a case for war against Saddam Hussein, military officials confirmed Wednesday that U.S. Special Forces soldiers and CIA agents already are operating in northern Iraq. The small numbers of...
When Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi contended that Western civilization was superior to Islamic culture, he jolted an already fragile global anti-terrorist alliance. His ill-timed comments embarrassed Europe and the United States at a time when...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterIn the first indication that its desire to protect Osama bin Laden is weakening, Afghanistan's Taliban regime said Thursday that it had found the prime suspect in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks against the United States and informed him that he should...
Tags: Aircraft Hijacking, Colin Powell, FBI, Islam, Travel
Associated PressTHURMONT -- President Bush made clear yesterday that the United States is willing to take on Iraq by itself if the United Nations fails to "show some backbone" by confronting Saddam Hussein. "The U.N. will either be able to function as a peacekeeping...
Tribune senior correspondentOn the morning after Sept. 11, the United States took comfort in the world's compassion and sympathy. One year later, the warmth has faded. Fear and loathing of America has re-emerged across much of the world. Oddly enough, the hostility seems deepest...
Tribune foreign correspondentLeaders of the 15-nation European Union will hold an emergency summit Friday in Brussels to reaffirm their support for the United States in its fight against terrorism and to hear what Washington expects of them. Some European countries have expressed...
Times Staff WriterMOSCOW — Russian tax authorities today scheduled the equivalent of a fire sale at what was once the nation's largest oil company, offering the main production facility at Yukos Oil for auction next month for a fraction of its value. Company...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - U.S. warplanes pounded suspected weapons storage sites across Afghanistan day and night yesterday, igniting huge explosions in the capital, Kabul, and sending residents scurrying for shelter. The U.S. planes have also begun a campaign of...
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: White House, France, Colin Powell, Armed Conflicts, Weaponry
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe neighborhood is called the Flowers, and its streets have poetic names such as Magic Prague and Cherry Orchard. But it's universally known as the Third World. It's where Carmela Attrice, 47, was shot to death in mid-January after a young thug lured...
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