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ENRON'S EMBATTLED FORMER AUDITOR ANDERSEN WILL NO LONGER PROVIDE FINAN...

Enron's embattled former auditor Andersen will no longer provide financial consulting services to publicly traded US clients it audits, or vice versa.To oversee the change in policy, Andersen has hired former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker to try a

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BRITISH AIRWAYS RECORDED ONE OF ITS WORST EVER LOSSES FOR THE FINAL TH...

British Airways recorded one of its worst ever losses for the final three months of last year, demonstrating the depth of the slump triggered by 11 September. The company said its losses before tax amounted to ?160m ($226m), after a ?65m profit for the sa

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HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE IN WESTERN TURKEY HAVE SPENT A COLD NIGHT OUTDOORS ...

Hundreds of people in western Turkey have spent a cold night outdoors after a strong earthquake struck their area, killing at least 42 people. The quake, registering 6.

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ARGENTINA'S NEW ECONOMY MINISTER HAS ANNOUNCED THE LATEST PACKAGE OF E...

Argentina's new economy minister has announced the latest package of emergency measures aimed at pulling the country out of its worst economic crisis in decades. In a nationwide address, Jorge Remes Lenicov said the government planned to fully float the n

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FORMER ENRON CORP. CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER KENNETH LAY ON...

Former Enron Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Lay on Sunday abruptly canceled his planned testimony before Congress this week for what his lawyer characterized as the increasingly "prosecutorial" attitude of lawmakers.

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A STRONG EARTHQUAKE THAT HIT CENTRAL TURKEY ON SUNDAY IS KNOWN TO HAVE...

A strong earthquake that hit central Turkey on Sunday is known to have claimed the lives of at least 42 people and injured 120 others. Another 11 are trapped under collapsed buildings, officials said.

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A BODY FOUND OUTSIDE THE PAKISTANI CITY OF KARACHI WAS NOT THAT OF KID...

A body found outside the Pakistani city of Karachi was not that of kidnapped U.S.

World | February 3, 2002, Sunday // 00:00 | Viewed: 419

AN EARTHQUAKE KILLED AT LEAST 20 PEOPLE IN WESTERN TURKEY SUNDAY, PRIM...

An earthquake killed at least 20 people in western Turkey Sunday, Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit said. "According to information from the (local) governor the death toll has reached 20," Ecevit told reporters outside his office in the capital Ankara.

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THE UNITED STATES HAS SIGNALED IT WILL TAKE PRE-EMPTIVE ACTION IN THE ...

The United States has signaled it will take pre-emptive action in the next phase of its war on terror, ratcheting up the rhetoric that has set off alarm bells in Iraq and Iran. In Afghanistan, interim leader Hamid Karzai Sunday scrambled to put a stop to

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PALESTINIAN PRESIDENT YASSER ARAFAT SAID IN REMARKS PUBLISHED SUNDAY H...

Palestinian President Yasser Arafat said in remarks published Sunday he was ready to talk peace with any Israeli leader and vowed to put an end to what he called "terrorist" attacks on Israeli civilians.

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THREE DOZEN PEOPLE WERE ARRESTED SATURDAY DURING PROTESTS AT THE WORLD...

Three dozen people were arrested Saturday during protests at the World Economic Forum in midtown Manhattan, including 27 demonstrators from a crowd that tossed plastic shields at police officers, injuring three of them, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.

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AS FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES OF DANIEL PEARL SOUGHT PROOF THE KIDNAPPED A...

As friends and colleagues of Daniel Pearl sought proof the kidnapped American reporter is still alive, Pakistani police temporarily detained one young man and had two others in custody today in connection with making false claims about Pearl's status, the

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PROTESTERS HAVE AGAIN TAKEN TO THE STREETS OF ARGENTINA AFTER THE PRES...

Protesters have again taken to the streets of Argentina after the president criticised the Supreme Court over a ruling that said limits on cash withdrawals from banks were unconstitutional.

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SHOWING IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MEET THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE, A 96-YEAR-...

Showing it is never too late to meet the love of your life, a 96-year-old Frenchman has married his 95-year-old fiancee. Francois Fernandez exchange wedding vows with Madeleine Francineau, and the two now seem set to enter the record books as the world's

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THE EXILED TIBETAN SPIRITUAL LEADER, THE DALAI LAMA, HAS LEFT HOSPITAL...

The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has left hospital in the Indian city of Bombay after recovering from a bowel infection. "I am feeling much better," he told reporters.

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WINONA RYDER WAS CHARGED FRIDAY WITH FOUR FELONY COUNTS STEMMING FROM ...

Winona Ryder was charged Friday with four felony counts stemming from her shoplifting arrest at a Saks Fifth Avenue in December. The Oscar-nominated actress was charged with theft, burglary, vandalism and possession of a controlled substance.

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THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT HAS ASKED THE WHITE HOUSE TO RETAIN ALL DOCUMEN...

The Justice Department has asked the White House to retain all documents related to Enron since January 1999, two years before President Bush took office, CNN has learned.

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CROWN PRINCE WILLEM-ALEXANDER OF THE NETHERLANDS HAS MARRIED HIS ARGEN...

Crown Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands has married his Argentinian bride as thousands descended on Amsterdam to wish them well. A select list of Europe's kings, queens, dukes and counts witnessed the 34-year-old Protestant heir to the Dutch thro

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MORE THAN 1,000 PEOPLE ARE NOW KNOWN TO HAVE DIED IN A STAMPEDE THAT F...

More than 1,000 people are now known to have died in a stampede that followed massive explosions at an army weapons depot in the Nigerian city of Lagos last week. "From all the figures I have seen, as more bodies have been found over the last few days, th

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THE EMPLOYERS OF KIDNAPPED AMERICAN JOURNALIST DANIEL PEARL SAY THEY B...

The employers of kidnapped American journalist Daniel Pearl say they believe he is still alive, despite e-mails sent on Friday saying he had been killed. "Based on reports from Pakistan, we now believe that both of the messages received yesterday about Da

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PAKISTANI AND U.S. POLICE WERE SEARCHING ON SATURDAY FOR KIDNAPPED U.S...

Pakistani and U.S.

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