Articles by Andrew Quinn

Airline Strike Hits South Africa

  • 26 July 05
  • Reuters
South African Airways was forced to cancel dozens more flights as one of the most disruptive strikes in the airline's history went to a fourth day on Monday, stranding travelers from London to Lusaka, Zambia.

22,000 Arrested in Zimbabwe

  • 02 June 05
  • Reuters
Zimbabwean police have arrested more than 22,000 people as a fierce blitz on illegal stores and shantytowns gathers pace, sending homeless people fleeing for the countryside, the state Herald newspaper said on Wednesday.

Nuclear Database Set to Fill Gap

  • 08 March 02
  • Reuters
International researchers have compiled what they say is the world's most complete database of lost, stolen and misplaced nuclear material -- depicting a world awash in weapons-grade uranium and plutonium that nobody can account for.

Cobblers Create Foot Icons

U.S. Charges Ex-Ukraine PM

Survey: Internet Security Breaches Lose Millions

Think the Net Stinks? Take a Whiff of This

Lazarenko Says Faces Torture If U.S. Deports Him to Kiev

Asia's Sports Machines Slip in Medal Production

China Moves to Corner Cut-Rate Satellite Market

China Holds 7 Foreigners Under Religion Laws

China, U.S. Strike Textile Quota Deal