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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNATO-led peacekeepers in Bosnia-Herzegovina believe they have disrupted a Bosnia-based terrorist network and are investigating possible links to Osama bin Laden, a spokesman for the force said Wednesday. The announcement came after a series of detentions...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe eyes get teary and the stomach weak. The gag reflex chokes the throat. Is that raw sewage? A rotting squirrel? The brain is too distracted to answer. Pamela Dalton has uncorked the foulest smell on earth. It comes from one of the vials that Dalton...
Times Staff WriterBAGHDAD -- U.S. forces have stepped back from massive military action in the turbulent cities of Fallujah and Najaf, but the overwhelming sense here is that across much of Iraq, the ground is giving way beneath the Americans. A culture of impunity has...
Tags: Islam, Civil Unrest, Crimes, U.S. Military, Journalism
Washington BureauState Department official John Brown has joined longtime Foreign Service officer John Brady Kiesling in resigning from the government to protest the Bush administration policy that has placed the nation at the brink of war. Kiesling resigned last month,...
American Marines hoisted Old Glory outside the U.S. Embassy on Monday, reopening the mission and signaling that Washington and the international community have taken Afghanistan back into their ranks after 13 years. "We are here, and we are here to stay,...
Times Staff WriterDefense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's message to troops in and near Afghanistan on Sunday was part pep talk and part Jay Leno. After viewing the wooden saddles used by Army Green Berets in northern Afghanistan and walking past Russian-made MIG-27 and...
Times Staff WriterDefense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld asked NATO on Tuesday to cut as many as 6,000 troops from a Bosnian peacekeeping mission he described as straining the United States' ability to carry out the war on terrorism. "The military mission in Bosnia...
Tribune foreign correspondentOn Friday afternoons, green plastic prayer rugs stretch for a city block along the sidewalk of Milan's Viale Eduardo Jenner. This is for the overflow of the faithful from the Islamic Cultural Institute, a converted garage that the U.S. government...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 26, 1997 What a smart move the Nuart has made in presenting each night a different major Jean-Luc Godard film as a second feature to his latest, "For Ever Mozart," which opens a one-week run today. That's because "For Ever Mozart"--...
Secretary of State Colin Powell will participate with officials from the 55 countries in Europe's top security body in a two-day conference on combating terrorism in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks. Mircea Geoana, chairman of the Organization for...
Tags: Bombings, Terrorism, Colin Powell, Jerusalem (Israel), Europe
Courant Staff WriterThe 74th annual Academy Award nominations were announced yesterday and they are, as was to be expected, all over the place. Propelled by its dominance in technical categories, Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" leads...
Tags: Academy Awards, Judi Dench, Sean Penn, Argentina, David Lynch
Times Staff WriterU.S. Marines hoisted Old Glory outside the American Embassy on Monday, reopening the mission and signaling that the United States and the international community have taken Afghanistan back into their ranks after 13 years. "We are here, and we are...
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