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Clamping Down Stateside

Any criticism of the coming war with Iraq is being openly censored both in the media and in Washington.

A Story of Love Lost at the End of the War

Not long ago a World War II veteran told me his story, and I thought I would share it with my readers.

Trans-Atlantic Putin

Russia is looking to displace Britain as the trusted mediator between Washington and continental Europe.

Beyond BP -- What Lessons for Investors?

BP's deal with TNK illustrates how pragmatism can triumph over the most frustrating of experiences.

Russians Dominate Skating Grand Prix

European men's champion and home favorite Yevgeny Plushenko skated an almost flawless program on Saturday to win the grand prix final for the third time in the last four years.

Baghdad Destroys Batch of Banned Missiles

Chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix called the destruction 'a significant piece of real disarmament.'

Primakov Uses Old Contacts in Iraq Visit

As a Middle East expert who was a Pravda newspaper correspondent for the region during the Cold War, Yevgeny Primakov has known Hussein for decades.

UN Expects Some 500,000 Iraqi Refugees

The head of the United Nations refugee agency said on Sunday he expected 500,000 to 600,000 people to flee Iraq if the country came under attack.

U.A.E. Suggests Hussein Exile

The United Arab Emirates proposed Saturday that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his top aides should go into exile as Arab leaders held crisis talks in Egypt on ways to avert war.

U.S. Attack Through Turkey Voted Down

Turkey rushed Sunday to repair ties with Washington after parliament blocked any U.S. attack on Iraq through Turkish territory.

U.S. Planes Face Down MiG in Saudi Airspace

U.S. warplanes were within two minutes of firing at an Iraqi MiG-25 fighter jet when it sneaked into Saudi airspace.

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