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07/18/2002

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U.S. Courts Turkey for Strike on Iraq

Turkish leaders have told a top U.S. official that they would agree to U.S. military action against Iraq as long as it does not lead to an independent Kurdish state or hurt Turkey's frail economy.

IRA Issues Unexpected Apology

The Irish Republican Army has issued an unprecedented apology for hundreds of civilian deaths during 30 years of bombings and other attacks.

Spanish Forces Grab Disputed Island

Spanish forces stormed Perejil island off Morocco's Mediterranean coast on Wednesday, ousting Moroccan troops without firing a shot.

Leaking, Lobbying, Looting

Russian generals have substituted the issue of military reform with the problem of defense financing.

President Musharraf's Very Mixed Record

The swift conviction and sentencing of four Islamic militants for the abduction and murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl offered a conspicuous sign that at its highest levels, the Pakistani government remains committed to collaborating with the United States in the war on terrorism.

Premier League Gets Busy at the Top

Torpedo scored a last-minute equalizer to hold Russian Premier League leader Lokomotiv to a 2-2 draw in an entertaining Moscow derby on Tuesday.

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