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Huge Blast Rocks North Korea

A large explosion occurred in the northern part of North Korea, sending a plume of smoke more than three kilometers wide into the air on an important anniversary of the communist regime, a South Korean news agency reported Sunday.

Jakarta Embassy Bomb Outrages Indonesians

Indonesian police re-enacted on Sunday parts of the bombing that killed nine people in front of the Australian Embassy, an act that triggered outrage from ordinary Indonesians visiting the site.

Hurricane Ivan Leaves 56 Dead in Caribbean

Hurricane Ivan lost its catastrophic capabilities as it skirted Grand Cayman on Sunday, but it still uprooted trees, burst the banks of canals and flooded some homes with its winds near 250 kilometers per hour.

Zarqawi Group Claims Iraq Attacks

A militant group linked to al-Qaida claimed responsibility Sunday for a series of attacks on U.S. and Iraqi government buildings in Baghdad that killed at least 13 people.

U.S. Increases Security After Russia Terrorism

U.S. federal law enforcers are taking a new look at hostage-taking responses to make sure the United States is prepared for an attack like the recent terrorist takeover of a Russian school.

Americans Remember 9/11 Tragedy

With quavering voices, parents and grandparents of those killed at the World Trade Center slowly read the names of the victims early Saturday to mark the third anniversary of the attacks that brought down the twin towers.

Rumsfeld Confuses Hussein, Bin Laden

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld mixed up al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden and deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein twice in a speech Friday to the National Press Club about the war against terrorism.

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