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10/26/2002

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N. Korea Calls for a Nonaggression Pact

North Korea said Friday it was willing to allay U.S. concerns about its nuclear weapons program if Washington promises not to invade and takes other conciliatory steps.

Politician Knifed to Death in Tokyo

An opposition party lawmaker was stabbed to death in front of his home in Tokyo on Friday, shocking a nation where violence against political figures is rare.

Israeli Troops Take Jenin In Response to Bombing

Israeli soldiers entered the Palestinian town of Jenin on Friday, taking over homes and exchanging fire with gunmen.

Gun in Car Tied to D.C. Shootings

A military-style rifle reportedly seized from two suspects in the Washington area sniper attacks was used in at least 11 of the 13 shootings.

Mediocre Soldier, Frustrated Father

John Allen Muhammad is a failed businessman whose karate school and car-repair business went bust and a twice-divorced father whose ex-wives didn't trust him with his children

U.S. Budget Back in Red With $159Bln Blowout

The U.S. government said Thursday it ran a $159 billion budget deficit for the 2002 fiscal year, marking the return to deficit spending less than two weeks before key congressional elections.

EU Candidates to Get Farm Aid From 2004

European Union leaders are poised to offer 10 accession candidates direct farm aid from 2004 but it will be phased in over a decade, according to draft summit conclusions.

Finance and Terrorism Meet at APEC

United in a common mission, leaders of nations and corporations tackled an urgent global dilemma Thursday: How to open borders to trade while closing them to terrorists.

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