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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterU.S. troops broke Saddam Hussein's 24-year grip on the Iraqi capital Wednesday as cheering, dancing crowds shouted, "Oh, Iraq!" and, with help from the Marines, toppled a four-story statue of the president, dragging its head in the streets while...
Tags: New York, Colin Powell, United Kingdom, Iraq, England
Times Staff WriterThe starring actress is Australian. The script was written by a Pole. Hollywood money financed the production, and Italy provides the backdrop for a German director's newest film. "Heaven," starring Cate Blanchett and produced by Miramax, opened this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSix weeks ago, George W. Bush was still the new kid on the global block, widely perceived by his peers as a good-old-boy Texan grappling, and sometimes fumbling, with the sophisticated nuances of foreign policy. He was under fire for his controversial...
Tags: Al-Qaeda, New York, China, United Nations, Defense
Times Staff WriterPope John Paul II, whose indomitable will and uncompromising belief in human dignity helped bring down communism in Eastern Europe and reshaped Christianity's relationship to Judaism, died today. He was 84. The Polish-born John Paul, indisputably the...
Of The Morning CallSgt. Christopher Geiger of Kreidersville, Allen Township, died of an apparent heart attack Wednesday in the service of the military he loved and with the Pennsylvania Army National Guard unit he embraced like his second family. And for the 213th Area...
THE GOOD PASTOR gives his life for the flock. A frail John Paul II voiced that simple declaration on his silver anniversary. It was his way of saying he intended to carry on his mission despite his infirmities. Now, at his death, his words stand as a...
Times Staff WriterFormer Chancellor Helmut Kohl's wife, Hannelore, was found dead Thursday at the family home in Oggersheim. Letters left for her husband, sons and friends indicated she had taken her own life to escape the pain of a rare illness that made her allergic to...
Times Staff WriterThe experience of seeing the new teen sex romp "Eurotrip" is much like receiving a few postcards from a friend's grand tour of the Continent. A glimpse of familiar landmarks, some references to other sights seen, a general idea of the fun had by all ......
Times Staff WriterOne of the great ironies of the war in Iraq is that, despite the continuing human carnage, Baghdad's physical structures were preserved relatively intact. Reminders that this is a city under siege — razor wire, military checkpoints, barricaded...
Tags: Central Park, New York, Iraq, Reconstruction, Culture
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- Four Thursdays ago, without warning, a potentially disastrous event struck the northeastern United States: The electrical power grid abruptly failed. Within moments, millions of Americans shared a single grim thought: Was this a terrorist...
Sentinel Movie CriticEven if you don't know that Buffalo Soldiers was produced before Sept. 11, 2001, you might be able to guess from watching it. The movie's view of the American military as a loony bin led by fools and fiends doesn't square with the current soldiers-as-...
Times Staff WriterFT. IRWIN, Calif. — The Army calls it "The Box," a vast battleground in the heart of the inhospitable desert dotted with dusty villages marked up in Arabic graffiti declaring, "Saddam Hussein, the Great Arab." But this desert is the Mojave, not the...
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