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04/21/2003

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North Calls On South To Resist 'Warlike' U.S.

North Korea on Sunday said South Korea should join it in resisting ""U.S. war moves in a do-or-die spirit.""

5 Palestinians Killed in Israeli Raid

Israeli forces backed by tanks and attack helicopters raided the Rafah refugee camp in the Gaza Strip on Sunday in one of the largest operations in 30 months of fighting. At least five Palestinians and one Israeli soldier were killed.

U.S. to Maintain Bases in Iraq

The United States is planning a long-term military relationship with the emerging government of Iraq, one that would grant the Pentagon access to military bases and project U.S. influence into the heart of the region, senior officials in the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush say.

Thousands Protest in Baghdad

Thousands of Iraqis demonstrated against the U.S. occupation of Iraq on the second Muslim day of prayer since the regime's end.

Finance Minister Captured; Troops Find $650M in Cash

The country's newly revived police force has been credited with nabbing Saddam Hussein's finance minister -- the first time authorities of the new Iraq have arrested a top official of the old regime.

Poland Strikes Record U.S. Arms Deal

Poland wrapped up Eastern Europe's largest arms deal ever Friday to buy Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jets for $3.5 billion and secure billions of dollars in reciprocal investments.

U.S. Seeks CEO for Iraq's Oil Sector

Washington is seeking an Iraqi chief executive officer to head a multinational board of up to 16 to kick start postwar Iraqi oil operations, industry sources said Saturday.

Bechtel Bags $680M in Iraqi Deals

Bechtel Group Inc., the private engineering and construction company awarded up to $680 million to help rebuild Iraq, is a politically connected firm with deep experience in the Middle East.

Iraq's Defeat Proves Russia's Army Wrong

The quick defeat of Saddam Hussein's military, which was modeled on the rigid Soviet war machine, at the hands of a motivated high-tech adversary has thrown a spotlight on the weakness of Russia's own crumbling armed forces and strengthened the hand of proponents of radical military reform.

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