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06/19/2002

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Saudi Arabia Detains Al-Qaida Suspects

Saudi Arabia has detained 11 Saudis, a Sudanese and an Iraqi linked to al-Qaida who were planning terror attacks in the kingdom.

16 on Trial for Austrian Train Blaze

Sixteen ski resort workers and inspectors went on trial Tuesday charged with responsibility for a fire on a tunnel-bound ski train that killed 155 people, Austria's worst peacetime disaster.

Spider-Man Scales Skyscraper

Spider-Man beware -- a real-life would-be hero climbed a Paris skyscraper Tuesday dressed in the arachnoid superstar's trademark tight blue and red bodysuit.

Suicide Bomb Kills 19 in Jerusalem

A Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up on a bus packed with schoolchildren and office workers during morning rush hour Tuesday, killing 19 people and wounding more than 50.

Bush's Plan Jeopardized By Latest Suicide Blast

U.S. President George W. Bush may send Secretary of State Colin Powell to the Middle East to try to promote peace efforts that were set back Tuesday by a suicide blast that killed 19 people in Jerusalem.

Palestinian Group Slams EU Blacklist

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine on Tuesday slammed a European Union decision to place it and two other Palestinian factions on a ""terror"" blacklist and vowed to continue attacking Israel.

How Enron Blew $4Bln in Just 90 Days

Enron Corp. paid out $3.6 billion to hundreds of creditors in the 90 days before its collapse into bankruptcy last December, and it paid $310 million in salary and bonuses to 144 top executives in the previous year, according to a voluminous financial statement it filed in court Monday.

Locals, Retail Giants Poles Apart in Warsaw

Wieslaw Zaremba serves about 100 people a day at his produce stand, but he's itching to take on some of the biggest names in European retailing -- firms such as Metro AG, Tesco PLC and Carrefour.

Swiss, U.S. Banks Targeted in Apartheid Suit

A U.S. lawyer who helped force Swiss banks into a $1.25 billion settlement for Nazi victims said Monday he would file suit against top Swiss and U.S. banks for propping up South Africa's former apartheid regime.

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