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10/29/2002

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U.S. Diplomat Killed at Home in Jordan

An American diplomat was gunned down in a hail of bullets Monday as he walked to his car outside his home in the Jordanian capital.

Storm Winds Kill 24, Disrupt Travel

Powerful winds lashed Britain and northwestern Europe as a storm swept through the region, killing at least 24 people Sunday and causing major travel disruptions.

Lula Wins Presidency In a Leftist Landslide

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a leftist former factory worker and shoeshine boy, won Brazil's presidential election in a landslide Sunday.

Police Take Bashir for Questioning

Abu Bakar Bashir was taken from a hospital on Monday for questioning in Jakarta over his alleged links to a terrorist group blamed for the Bali bombings.

EU Sets Guidelines for Expansion East

European Union leaders reached a crucial agreement on financial terms for the bloc's eastward enlargement Friday.

Investors Shrug Off Fears of Lula

After months of fretting over the prospect of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva taking the helm of Latin America's biggest country, investors appear willing to play ball with Brazil's president-elect.

Press Review

A brief look at the stories making headlines in the Russian-language press

Was It Necessary to Storm?

As long as President Vladimir Putin and his team stay in power, Russia will always remain at war.

A Transcaucasian View on the Hostage Crisis

The hostage crisis will do nothing to lessen the hatred toward people of Caucasian ethnicity in Russia.

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