Articles by Tom Cohen

Bush Puts Arafat on G-8 Agenda

  • 27 June 02
  • The Associated Press
A global summit roiled by new economic turbulence and the Middle East conflict opened Wednesday as U.S. President George W. Bush confronted his allies' reluctance to support publicly the ouster of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.

Scandal Prompts Resignation of Canada's Defense Minister

  • 28 May 02
  • The Associated Press
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien dropped Defense Minister Art Eggleton from his Cabinet on Sunday after two controversies this year that have embarrassed the government.

Russian Diplomat in Canada Sent Home

  • 30 January 01
  • The Associated Press
A Russian diplomat accused of drunk driving in a fatal car accident was to fly home Monday instead of facing Canadian charges.

Air Canada's Partners Intervene

Polish Reformer Presses Policies Into Endgame

Three Serbs Injured by A Grenade

KLA Halts Protest, Awaits UN Action

Albanians Increasingly Turn Anger On KFOR

Some Police Not Fit for Kosovo Duty

Albanians Try to March on Russian Base

KLA Denies Group's Soldiers Take Part in Revenge Attacks

Bomb Damages Pristina Church

Serb Village Buries 14 Slain Farmers

Crosses Taken Off Auschwitz Grounds

Refugees Tell of Purge by Serbs, Possible Massacre

Kabila Delays Appointing Congo Government

Curfew Imposed as Rebels Approach Kinshasa

Mandela Signs Compact To Seal End of Apartheid

Hijacker ID Dispute Keeps Suspects Jailed

What a Flip: Poland Tops Medal Table

ANC Wins Control Of Most Local Seats

South Africa Holds First Free Local Vote

Win, Fight Set Cup Records

Kiwi Wing Shines Against Ireland

Africans 'Free at Last' After ANC Win

Bloodshed Erupts in Johannesburg