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Finland Shocked by Deadly Mall Blast

Police probing Finland's worst peacetime bomb attack have found material for making bombs at the home of the only suspect.

Observers Call Pakistan Vote Flawed

A party loyal to Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf emerged on top Saturday in elections that saw shock gains for hard-line Islamists but were dismissed as flawed by European Union observers.

Congress Approves Use of Force

The U.S. Congress gave President George W. Bush the go-ahead on Friday for a possible war with Iraq.

U.S. Dismisses Iraqi Offers as 'Word Games'

The United States dismissed the latest Iraqi offer on weapons inspections as ""word games"" and repeated its call for sustained international pressure on Iraq to disarm.

Carter Wins Nobel Prize for Mideast Peace Efforts

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his commitment to diplomacy over war.

Extreme Volatility Has Investors Waiting to Exhale

Investors have been holding their breath for more than 2-1/2 years. Now they're waiting to exhale in the final months of the year and early 2003 -- the traditional time for stocks to rebound.

Japan to Buy $16Bln Worth of Bank Stock

Moving to avert a crisis, the Bank of Japan said Friday it would buy $16 billion worth of stocks from Japanese banks over the next year.

Bush OK'd Enron-Type Deal

When George W. Bush served as a director of an energy company 12 years ago, he approved the creation of an off-balance-sheet partnership similar to those that led to the collapse of Enron Corp.

Publishers Race to Print Books on Conflict Areas

Publishers who hit the jackpot last year with volumes on Afghanistan are now scrambling to rush out books on Iraq amid growing speculation of a U.S.-led war.

Power Failure Leaves Soccer Fans in the Dark

The European 2004 qualifying match between Georgia and Russia was postponed Saturday because of power failure late in the first half.

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