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11/20/2002

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Annan: Iraq Has Right To Fire in No-Fly Zone

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Tuesday that recent Iraqi attacks on U.S. and British planes in the so-called no-fly zone did not constitute a violation of the recently passed tough UN Security Council resolution on Iraq.

Prague Residents Brace for Summit

Almost 12 years after the Warsaw Pact was dissolved, NATO is coming to Prague for a gala summit meeting this week that will welcome into the alliance up to seven new members from what was the Soviet bloc.

A Soft-Spoken Swede Who Can Trigger War

Summoned out of retirement on a cruise to Antarctica, Hans Blix, who led UN inspectors to Baghdad on Monday to search for weapons of mass destruction, is a man whose word could make the difference between war and peace in Iraq.

Italy Rocked by Andreotti Verdict

Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi called it ""the ultimate stage of a judicial scheme"" to undermine Italian political leaders and an example of ""justice gone mad.""

EU to Drop Conditional Aid Scheme

Following requests from the world's poorest countries, the European Union's head office on Tuesday proposed to end the practice of tying aid to conditions that benefit the donor country economically.

Bundesbank Attacks Government Policies

Germany has announced plans to plug a gaping hole in the budget and introduce a new capital gains tax but the Bundesbank has rounded on government policies it says will harm the fragile recovery of Europe's largest economy.

Saudis to Rein in Oil Production

OPEC power Saudi Arabia has changed tack on output policy and is leading a drive aimed at reining in overproduction to help stem a slide in world oil prices, industry and OPEC sources said Tuesday.

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