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Suicide Bombers Hit Police Station in Iraq

Suicide car bombers struck two police stations north of Baghdad Saturday within a half-hour of each other, killing at least 12 Iraqis and two attackers.

Istanbul Probes Al-Qaida Links

Before a crowd mourning for slain policemen, Turkey's prime minister vowed to hunt down any accomplices of the Turkish militants who carried out a string of sophisticated suicide bombings that killed almost 60 people and injured hundreds.

Thousands Gather in Dallas, Remember JFK After 40 Years

Thousands of mourners, conspiracy theorists and the just plain curious gathered Saturday along the downtown street where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 40 years earlier.

Freedom From Conspiracy

In considering John F. Kennedy at this 40-year remove, the ultimate ""what if"" may involve what America might be like had the country been denied the president's violent death, with its long psychic burden, instead of the rest of his life.

A Tax Probe and a Trip Down Memory Lane

Not long ago my old friend Stepan asked me sheepishly if I would spot him 2,000 rubles till the end of the month. ""Of course,"" I replied. ""What's wrong?""

Al-Qaida Sparks Are Catching

Exactly who first conceived the tactic of multiple-strike terrorist attacks is not known, but among jihadists, the idea is at least a decade old.

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