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09/25/2002

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UN Demands Halt to Israeli Assault

The Israeli army killed nine Palestinians on Tuesday in one of its biggest raids in the Gaza Strip.

Reconciliatory Schroeder Stays Opposed to War

German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder moved to repair strained relations with the United States on Monday but stuck by his firm opposition to war with Iraq.

Violence Deters Voters in Kashmir Poll

Only a trickle of people braved anti-poll violence in Kashmir's main city on Tuesday to vote in a state election after an early morning gun battle between Indian security forces and suspected Islamic militants.

Tycoon to Run N. Korean Zone

North Korea has appointed a wealthy Chinese businessman to manage a new economic zone with far-reaching autonomy.

ChevronTexaco Board Meets in Kazakhstan

ChevronTexaco Corp. held an unprecedented board meeting Tuesday in Kazakhstan's new capital, in a bid to underline its long-term business interests in the oil-rich Central Asian state.

CSKA Returns to Form With Win at Torpedo

CSKA Moscow rebounded from three straight defeats in domestic competition to earn an easy 2-0 win over city neighbor Torpedo-ZIL in a local derby on Monday.

Potanin Backs Mikhalkov Chain

Vladimir Potanin, head of the Interros group, has teamed up with film director Nikita Mikhalkov in a $40 million project to open a national chain of movie theaters over the next few years.

Russia Climbs to 17th in Investor Attraction

China and Russia are the rising stars in an investment attractiveness rating released by consulting firm A.T. Kearney.

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