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UN Envoy: Suu Kyi Unharmed

Detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is in good spirits and top military leaders have given assurances she will be freed as soon as possible, a United Nations envoy said Tuesday.

Christian Television Shuts, Cartoons Gone

Tom Terry planned to give Mongolians another biblical summer, along with ""The Flintstones"" and basketball.

Israel Botches Assassination Attempt

Israeli helicopters fired missiles at a car carrying a senior Hamas leader Tuesday, wounding him, killing his bodyguard and a bystander and jeopardizing the U.S.-backed road map to Middle East peace.

Al-Jazeera Looking For Home In U.S.

Al-Jazeera may be watched in millions of homes in the Arab world, but finding a home in Washington has not been easy.

Kidnappers Take 60 Oil Workers

Armed raiders on Monday kidnapped about 60 workers employed by an Argentine company to help build a natural gas pipeline in Peru, a government statement said.

Reports Detail WorldCom Execs' Fraud

Bernard Ebbers, the former chairman and chief executive of WorldCom, ran the company in a manner that fostered a long and extensive fraud executed by other senior executives, according to findings of two detailed investigations released early this week.

Boeing Bares Bad Behavior

Boeing Co. admitted Monday in full-page newspaper advertisements that some employees ""behaved unethically"" during a competition with Lockheed Martin Corp. for Air Force space launch contracts, but the company defended its commitment to honesty and integrity.

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