Articles by Barry Renfrew



Report: Iraq Could Build Nukes

  • 10 September 02
  • The Associated Press
Iraq could assemble a nuclear weapon within months if it obtained radioactive material, and developing weapons of mass destruction remains one of its top priorities, a leading think tank warned Monday.

Final Day of Jubilee Draws Big Crowds

  • 05 June 02
  • The Associated Press
Hundreds of thousands of people cheered wildly and waved flags in a massive display of love and loyalty Tuesday as Britain's Queen Elizabeth II rode through London in a golden carriage to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her reign.

Pope Gets Pardon, Flies to Germany

  • 15 December 00
  • The Associated Press
President Vladimir Putin on Thursday pardoned American businessman Edmond Pope who had been sentenced to 20 years in prison on espionage charges.

Putin Pardons U.S. Businessman Edmond Pope

  • 14 December 00
  • The Associated Press
President Vladimir Putin on Thursday pardoned an American businessman who had been sentenced to 20 years in prison on espionage charges, clearing the way for him to go home, the Kremlin said.

State Duma Ratifies START II Treaty

Communist Plan Urges More State In Economy

Syrian Visit Brings Even Closer Ties

Russia's Status in Kosovo Hashed Out

Russians Pound Grozny in Huge Assault

Moscow Student Wears Miss World Crown