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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Their prestige and influence at stake, world leaders began coalescing yesterday around the goal of destroying Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, raising the prospect that a less-threatening Saddam Hussein might be able to avoid an American...
Tags: Condoleezza Rice, Government, Qatar, George W. Bush, Europe
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Turkey's alarm yesterday at the surge by Kurdish forces into the oil-rich city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq threw a spotlight on the ethnic and religious cauldron that American soldiers and diplomats now must keep from bubbling over. Iraq's...
Tags: Defense, United Kingdom, George W. Bush, Death, Turkey
Chicago Tribune staff reporterThe hands on the Doomsday Clock, an unofficial gauge of how close the world is to nuclear Armageddon, was moved closer to midnight today. At a news conference this morning, the clock was moved to seven minutes to midnight, the same position as when the...
Times Staff WriterVIENNA — Iran has made steady progress toward producing nuclear fuel and could make significant quantities of enriched uranium in less than a year, according to new estimates by diplomats, scientists and intelligence officials. Mastering enrichment...
Tags: North Korea, Research, George W. Bush, Elections, Iran
Sun StaffTwo out of three Maryland voters believe the United States is likely to be the target of another terrorist attack in the next few months, but most expressed satisfaction with steps taken by their state government to protect them, a new poll for The Sun...
Tags: Defense, Government, Minority Groups, George W. Bush, Annapolis
Tribune foreign correspondentEgyptian President Hosni Mubarak gave an unprecedented six-hour television interview last week, reminiscing about a life of power and military derring-do. But this was no valedictory. The 76-year-old leader told the audience he is considering running...
Tags: Government, Elections, Democracy, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - CIA Director George J. Tenet offered a rare and forceful defense yesterday of the nation's prewar intelligence, saying his agents never said that Iraq posed an "imminent" threat but acknowledging weaknesses in U.S. efforts to penetrate high...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- In a debate that is growing like a slowly gathering storm, President Bush and his critics have begun arguing seriously over what may be the most important foreign policy question of his Administration: What should the United States do to...
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