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U.S. Courts Council as Iraq Spurns Plan

Iraq has defiantly rejected a U.S.-British plan for the United Nations to force Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to disarm and open his palaces for weapons searches.

Thousands Take Part in Anti-War Rally

Waving anti-war banners and chanting slogans, tens of thousands of Britons flocked to a vast peace rally in London on Saturday to oppose a possible military strike on Iraq.

Dow Jones Plunges for 5th Consecutive Week

Earnings warnings from companies including Philip Morris and Delta Air Lines sent stocks tumbling Friday, canceling out gains from a two-day rally in blue chips.

Dollar Under Threat From Deficit's Gravitational Pull

After more than two decades during which the United States bought and consumed far more than it produced, has payback time finally arrived?

Russia Moves Closer to G-8 Membership

Russia took a first step toward becoming a full member of the Group of Eight finance ministers on Friday, and at the same time announced it may be taken off a money-laundering blacklist as early as this year.

Finance Chiefs Tackle Sovereign Bankruptcy

Top economic policymakers attending the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank agreed Saturday to speed efforts to develop a ""sovereign bankruptcy"" procedure for countries in debt crises.

The Anguish of Making Croutons

In this get-rich-quick Siberian city of hulking metal-refining plants and aluminum-baron fortunes, Larisa Khvoina is doing something unusual: running a small business.

Gazprom Gives Serbia 60 Days

Gazprom gave Serbia 60 days to propose how to repay a $255 million debt for gas purchased during the rule of Slobodan Milosevic.

U.S. Says WTO Accession 'Difficult'

Talks on Moscow's bid to join the World Trade Organization have entered a more difficult stage because of resistance from some Russian industries.

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