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Sun StaffAfter days of waiting, the start didn't arrive as they expected. There was no "shock and awe," no barrage of bombs to announce to the Maryland families of Iraq-bound soldiers that their loved ones were indeed at war. But the start came nonetheless....
Chicago Tribune staff reporterFBI Director Robert Mueller voiced concern Thursday that fighters from Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network may have slipped out of Afghanistan through Iran. Mueller also said U.S. officials still do not know the whereabouts of bin Laden. "I'm not certain...
The Washington PostThe Saudi shown talking with Osama bin Laden about the attacks against the U.S. on a videotape released by the Bush administration last week is not a religious scholar, as originally thought, but a former anti-Soviet guerrilla in Afghanistan and a...
Chicago Tribune staff reportersA Chicago-area man under investigation for operating an Islamic charity to benefit terrorists used leaked intelligence information to help a leading al-Qaida operative escape arrest in Bosnia, prosecutors here said Tuesday. The alleged 1998 dealings...
Associated PressBAGHDAD, Iraq - Three suicide bombers in a furniture truck blew themselves up at the gates of a U.S. Army base yesterday, killing one soldier and wounding 14. It was the third suicide attack on American forces in Iraq this week. Three wounded soldiers...
A Fort Story soldier died at a military hospital in Baghdad on Friday of wounds he suffered in a rocket attack in Fallujah. Sgt. Carlos M. Camacho-Rivera is Fort Story's first casualty in the war. The 24-year-old cargo handler, whose parents, wife and...
Times Staff WriterSome months after the Americans took over the sprawling Balad Air Base, about 50 miles north of Baghdad, someone posted an enigmatic sign on the main gate asking: "Is Today the Day?" Soldiers at the base, which the U.S. military renamed Logistics...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLike most Northern Alliance generals, Abdul Rashid Dostum's experience with Russian bombers during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the 1980s left him skeptical about calling for help from the air. You never knew when -- or even where -- the bombs...
Tribune staff reportersWith stunning rapidity, the Afghan war has shifted south, presenting the Pentagon with new challenges and opportunities. Yet as fighting moves to southern Afghanistan, the Taliban gains a home-field advantage, facing U.S. and anti-Taliban forces in a...
Ronald Wilson Reagan, who grew up a shoe salesman's son in northern Illinois, became a movie star in the golden days of Hollywood and emerged as a conservative icon and a two-term president who helped end the Cold War, died Saturday after suffering from...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush softened his criticism of an Israeli security barrier in the West Bank yesterday after Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon rejected U.S. and Palestinian demands that the project be halted. Four days after describing the...
Sun Foreign StaffAKIKH, Afghanistan -- The 14-year-old boy knelt on the rocky ground in these arid mountains near the Pakistan border, arms folded on his chest. Spread out before him was a small arsenal: a rocket-propelled grenade launcher, a mortar, two assault rifles,...
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