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12 Palestinians Dead in Gaza Raid

Israel killed 12 Palestinians on Sunday in its deepest thrust into Gaza City in two years of fighting, a show of strength underlining Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's tough security policy two days before an election.

Frequently Asked Questions About a War

Read the frequently asked questions about a United Nations report to be released Monday and its implications for war in Iraq.

Schroeder, Putin Urge Diplomacy

Russia and Germany on Friday opposed military intervention in Iraq, bolstering resistance in Europe and elsewhere to U.S. preparations to disarm the country.

Scientists Refuse Private Interviews

Three Iraqi scientists rejected a request by UN weapons inspectors to undergo private interviews to aid the UN search for evidence of forbidden arms programs, a senior Iraqi official said Saturday.

Iraq May Destroy Oil Wells

The U.S. military said Friday it planned to take control quickly of Iraq's oil fields in the event of war, accusing President Saddam Hussein of planning to destroy his oil wells as he did Kuwait's in 1991.

Fiat Head Agnelli Succumbs To Cancer

Giovanni Agnelli was the king of Italian industry who turned the family car company Fiat into a global industrial powerhouse, only to see its fortunes fade as his own health declined.

Economic Leaders See Distant Upturn

Business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum expressed optimism Saturday that major sectors of the global economy would pick up -- but not just yet.

'Slammer' Worm Cripples Internet

Worldwide Internet traffic slowed dramatically for hours on Saturday after a fast-spreading computer worm clogged pipelines of the global network, officials said.

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