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Palestinian Talks Offer Rebuffed

Israeli forces carried out a sweep for Palestinian militants in the West Bank on Thursday after Prime Minister Ariel Sharon rebuffed a post-election olive branch extended by Yasser Arafat.

Thais Pull Out of Cambodia After Riots

Thailand closed its border with Cambodia, downgraded diplomatic ties and evacuated its nationals Thursday after unprecedented anti-Thai rioters torched its embassy and vandalized businesses.

ElBaradei: Iraq Not In Material Breach

The head of the UN nuclear watchdog said Thursday that, in his view, Iraq was not as yet in material breach of a UN resolution on disarmament, contrary to what Britain and the United States have argued.

Files Reveal Royal Indiscretion

British special police spied on King Edward VIII before he took the throne and discovered that his future wife, Wallis Simpson, had kept a secret lover, documents show.

Schroeder Taps Into Peace Movement

Tapping Germany's zeitgeist before weekend elections, Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is standing up boldly to the United States, resisting its push for war in Iraq and presenting himself as a champion of peace.

AOL Posts Record $98.7Bln Loss in 2002

AOL Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday posted a 2002 net loss of nearly $100 billion -- the largest annual loss in U.S. corporate history -- and in a sign of further turmoil, media mogul Ted Turner said he would step down as vice chairman.

KPMG Blasts SEC Over Xerox Suit

In a move analysts say departs from the norm in the usually reticent accounting industry, KPMG is going on the offensive in response to charges filed by regulators that its audit of Xerox Corp. was fraudulent.

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