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07/22/2002

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Bombing Follows Talks in Israel

A bomb planted under an Israeli passenger train wounded its driver Sunday in an attack that clouded prospects for easing Israeli restrictions on Palestinians under curfew in seven reoccupied West Bank cities.

Reviews: U.S. Tactics Kill Afghan Civilians

The U.S. air campaign in Afghanistan, based on a high-tech, out-of-harm's-way strategy, has produced a pattern of mistakes that have killed hundreds of Afghan civilians.

Dow Scrapes 8,000, Its Lowest Level Since 1998

The Dow Jones industrial index shattered its post-terrorist attack low Friday in a dramatic 390-point sell-off that began with news of a government investigation at Johnson & Johnson and quickly turned into a full retreat by bruised investors.

European Stocks Battered As Top Markets Shed 5%

Some 200 billion euros ($2.02 billion) were wiped off the value of Europe's top 300 companies on Friday as the region's stock markets ended one of the most turbulent weeks in their recent history with further punishing falls.

Bush to Congress: Act On Corporate Abuses

Stepping up efforts to stabilize stock markets and shield himself from blame over a wave of accounting scandals, U.S. President George W. Bush urged Congress on Saturday to act by August to punish corporate abuses and ""bring a new era of integrity to American business.""

OPEC Tells Russia Not to Be Foolish

The OPEC President said that Russia would be foolish to think OPEC will sacrifice further market share.

Ex-Soviet States Push Trade Zone

Four former Soviet republics vowed Saturday to fight terrorism and organized crime and create a free trade zone in a largely symbolic agreement aimed at underlining their independence from Russia.

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