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U.S. Diplomats Leave Israel, Kuwait, Syria

The U.S. State Department said Sunday it had ordered nonessential U.S. diplomats and embassy dependents out of Kuwait, Israel and Syria.

Army Swoops Kill 9 in Gaza Strip

Nine Palestinians, including a 4-year-old girl, were killed during Israeli swoops in the Gaza Strip on Monday that touched off fierce battles with gunmen.

120 Execs Try to Mend Image

Summoned by retired Bank of America Corp. chairman Hugh McColl, about 120 executives spent the weekend brainstorming on how to restore public confidence in corporate America.

China Names Its First Commerce Minister

China on Monday named Lu Fuyuan, a top-level foreign trade official, to be its first-ever minister of commerce.

Conference Tackles Global Water Crisis

The world's biggest international water conference began Sunday with international financiers and small-scale project leaders at odds over how to finance water projects for the poor.

Investors Seek Security as War Nears

Investors across the world fled stocks and jumped into safe-haven long-term bonds and gold on Monday as the United States looked headed for war with Iraq.

ING Stuns With Net $10Bln Loss

ING stunned investors on Monday with a net loss of 9.6 billion euros for 2002 under U.S. accounting standards after a huge goodwill charge, knocking its shares.

'Sopranos' Star Eyes HBO's Wallet

The salary dispute between HBO and actor James Gandolfini that threatened the future of ""The Sopranos"" has moved toward a resolution.

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