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12/23/2003

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EU Warns Rome on Parmalat Bailout

The European Union's head office warned Rome on Monday that any government move to bail out troubled dairy company Parmalat Finanziaria SpA would have to comply with single market rules.

U.S. Christmas Shoppers Come Out in Force

U.S. shoppers were out in full force Sunday picking up last minute gifts, trying to catch up on holiday shopping that was delayed by bad weather earlier this month or just looking for deals.

Movie Premieres Going Global to Counter Pirates

From Singapore to Stockholm to New York to Mexico City, fans lined up this weekend to see the final cinematic episode of the J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy, ""The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,"" part of a growing global moviegoing phenomenon.

Guru Business Thriving In India

In the plush, heavily marbled living room of his 745-square-meter mansion, the wealthy industrialist sat raptly in front of the television at 7 a.m., a cup of tea in his hand and a contented smile on his face.

New York Film Industry Trumped by Rival Cities

Producer Richard Rubinstein grew up in New York City, went to business school in New York and even set up a television and movie production company in his hometown. He hasn't filmed in the city for 10 years.

UN Inspections in Libya to Start Soon

Libya has accepted intrusive UN inspections to convince the world it cannot hide banned nuclear weapons and snap checks could start soon, UN and Libyan officials said Monday.

Serbia Opens Trial of Assassins

The trial of the suspected assassins of Serbia's prime minister opened Monday, with the focus on an alleged plot by gangsters and police to bring allies of Slobodan Milosevic back to power.

Egypt Turns Up the Pressure for Peace

Egypt stepped up the diplomatic push for Israeli-Palestinian peace talks on Monday as Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher met Israeli leaders threatening unilateral separation moves if a U.S.-backed plan fails.

U.S. Forces Arrest Ex-Iraqi General, Warn Criminals

U.S. troops raided a Baghdad mosque early Monday and, in a separate operation, arrested a former Iraqi intelligence officer suspected of directing anti-U.S. attacks.

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