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Al-Qaida Admits to Attacks in Mombasa

The al-Qaida network has claimed responsibility for attacks on an Israeli airliner and hotel in Kenya that killed 16 people and vowed even more ""lethal"" assaults against Israel and the United States.

What's Going On at Cheney's Place?

No one in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood of Northwest Washington knows what is going on at the house of their neighbor, the vice president of the United States.

DNA Matches Suspected Bali Suicide Bomber

DNA found at the site of the Oct. 12 Bali blasts matches that of a suspected suicide bomber, the chief investigator said Monday.

Experts Pore Over Iraqi Dossier

Weapons inspectors in New York and Vienna began combing through Iraq's massive dossier to determine whether Baghdad is complying with Security Council resolutions.

Cardinal Flees Flock, Resurfaces in Rome

Cardinal Bernard Law is in Rome after slipping out of Boston, where his own priests urged him Sunday to step down.

Failed Poll Triggers Political Crisis

Serbia headed for a major political crisis after it failed for a second time to elect a president and the top contender, Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica, said he would not recognize the outcome.

Bush to Tap Rail Exec to Run Treasury

U.S. President George W. Bush is expected to name John Snow, a Virginia transportation executive who served in under former President Gerald Ford, to replace Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill.

Oil Prices Climb as Panic Grips Caracas

Crude oil prices in London climbed Monday as a nationwide strike in Venezuela dragged into an eighth day, cutting off some 2.7 million barrels per day of exports.

Cartels Use Life Insurance to Launder Drug Money

Colombian drug cartels conceived an elaborate scheme that converted more than $80 million in cocaine profits to clean cash by moving money through life insurance policies.

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