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FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC WILL FACE A SINGLE TRIAL ...

Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic will face a single trial for alleged war crimes in Kosovo, Bosnia and Croatia. An appeals panel at the War Crimes Tribunal ruled on Friday that all charges against Milosevic should be combined, and the trial is

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A SECOND DEADLINE (1135 GMT) HAS PASSED FOR THE DEMANDS OF THE KIDNAPP...

A second deadline (1135 GMT) has passed for the demands of the kidnappers of US journalist, Daniel Pearl, to be met. Pakistani police said on Friday they were no closer to finding Mr Pearl, who faces the threat of death from his abductors.

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NORTH KOREA HAS HIT BACK AT U.S. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH'S STATE OF T...

North Korea has hit back at U.S.

World | February 1, 2002, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 337

IN AN INTERVIEW WITH THE JERUSALEM DAILY NEWSPAPER MA'ARIV, ISRAELI PR...

In an interview with the Jerusalem daily newspaper Ma'ariv, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said he regretted that Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat was not killed when Israel invaded Lebanon in 1982, but said Arafat can still be a partner

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ACCUSED TERRORIST MASTERMIND OSAMA BIN LADEN SAID "THE BATTLE HAS MOVE...

Accused terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden said "the battle has moved to inside America" in the only television interview he's granted since the September 11 attacks . The interview was conducted by the Arabic-language Al-Jazeera network in late October

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TOP CORPORATE, POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS LEADERS OPENED THE WORLD ECONOM...

Top corporate, political and religious leaders opened the World Economic Forum's annual meeting on Thursday in New York, guarded by barricades and thousands of police while discussing global business and security. The five-day meeting, moved to Manhattan

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AN E-MAIL PURPORTEDLY SENT BY THE PAKISTANI GROUP THREATENING TO KILL ...

An e-mail purportedly sent by the Pakistani group threatening to kill Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl said it would extend the deadline to kill him to Friday. There has been no independent confirmation that the group which sent the latest e-mail

World | January 31, 2002, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 272

A SUGGESTION THAT AFGHANISTAN TEMPORARILY DOLLARIZE ITS ECONOMY HAS SP...

A suggestion that Afghanistan temporarily dollarize its economy has sparked chaotic scenes on the informal currency exchanges in Kabul, wiping about 25% off the value of the Afghani currency. The proposal to introduce the U.

World | January 31, 2002, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 236

AUSTRALIA’S PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD HAS PROPOSED OFFERING PAYMENTS ...

Australia’s Prime Minister John Howard has proposed offering payments to Afghan asylum seekers to assist them resettle in Afghanistan. Howard made the announcement after a meeting with Afghanistan's interim leader Hamid Karzai in New York on Wednesday.

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AFGHANISTAN'S INTERIM LEADER HAMID KARZAI APPEALED FOR AN EXTENSION OF...

Afghanistan's interim leader Hamid Karzai appealed for an extension of the security force in Afghanistan during a meeting with British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Thursday. Blair emphasised that Britain's role as leader of the force had a strict time lim

World | January 31, 2002, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 291

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL'S MANAGING EDITOR MADE AN IMPASSIONED PLEA THU...

The Wall Street Journal's managing editor made an impassioned plea Thursday for the release of one of the newspaper's reporters, a day after his Pakistani captors threatened to kill him. Israel on Thursday denied the kidnappers' accusation that Pearl work

World | January 31, 2002, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 451

GERMANY'S PARLIAMENT HAS VOTED TO ALLOW LIMITED IMPORTS OF HUMAN EMBRY...

Germany's parliament has voted to allow limited imports of human embryo cells for research, in an issue that has split the country. Experimentation with embryonic stem cells is disputed because they come from embryos destined to be discarded after test-tu

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IRAN WAS THE FIRST COUNTRY TO RESPOND TO U.S. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH...

Iran was the first country to respond to U.S.

World | January 31, 2002, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 292

THE KIDNAPPERS OF A WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORTER IN PAKISTAN CLAIM THE...

The kidnappers of a Wall Street Journal reporter in Pakistan claim their hostage is an agent for Israel and have threatened to kill him within 24 hours if their demands are not met. They also have warned American journalists in Pakistan to get out of the

World | January 31, 2002, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 261

PRESIDENT BUSH URGED AMERICANS LATE ON JANUARY 29 TO BE PATIENT WITH T...

President Bush urged Americans late on January 29 to be patient with the war on terrorism, to be steadfast in the protection of the United States and to know that creating new jobs is the best cure for the U.S.

World | January 30, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 408

AUTHORITIES AT THE U.S. NAVAL BASE IN GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA, HAVE START...

Authorities at the U.S.

World | January 30, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 273

AT LEAST 12 PEOPLE, INCLUDING SEVERAL PORT AUTHORITY EMPLOYEES, HAVE B...

At least 12 people, including several Port Authority employees, have been charged with stealing money intended for victims of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, a spokeswoman for the Manhattan district attorney said. Most were posing as v

World | January 30, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 289

ENRON CORP. NAMED A RESTRUCTURING SPECIALIST AS INTERIM CHIEF EXECUTIV...

Enron Corp. named a restructuring specialist as interim chief executive on Tuesday who vowed to revive the fallen energy trading giant even though analysts say it is likely to be liquidated.

World | January 30, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 316

SIXTEEN U.S. SOLDIERS WERE INJURED IN A HELICOPTER ACCIDENT WHILE ON A...

Sixteen U.S.

World | January 29, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 351

FORMER EMPLOYEES OF ENRON CORP. WHO LOST MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN RETIRE...

Former employees of Enron Corp. who lost millions of dollars in retirement funds when the energy trading giant collapsed sued on Monday, while the wife of former CEO Kenneth Lay sobbed on national television and said her family has lost its fortune.

World | January 29, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 328

SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT KIM DAE-JUNG HAS ORDERED A SWEEPING CABINET RES...

South Korean President Kim Dae-jung has ordered a sweeping cabinet reshuffle amid an ongoing political scandal in which senior government officials and a close relative to the president has been implicated. The new line-up involves 15 ministers and presid

World | January 29, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00 | Viewed: 411
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