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Washington BureauPresident Bush on Sunday sternly rejected an offer by Afghanistan's Taliban regime to turn over Osama bin Laden to a neutral country, while U.S. jets began a second week of bombing by striking targets near Kabul and the area where Taliban troops are...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Acknowledging that U.S. credibility is on the line, the Bush administration is considering enlisting United Nations weapons inspectors to verify any discovery by American military teams of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The role that...
Washington BureauThe Pentagon acknowledged for the first time Thursday that it was ready to provide ammunition as well as food and supporting fire for opposition forces fighting the Taliban in northern Afghanistan. The announcement underscored the Bush administration's...
AP Diplomatic WriterSecretary of State Colin Powell is going to the Middle East this weekend without a peace plan but with a plea to Israel to provide the Palestinians with economic relief by turning over $54 million in taxes and duties. It is an appeal the United States...
Tags: Colin Powell, Ariel Sharon, Israel, Refugee, Ehud Barak
Russian and U.S. officials agreed Wednesday on increasing joint and individual efforts against the threat of terrorism from Afghanistan. But statements by both sides, issued after daylong meetings, didn't address whether Russia would participate in a...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With a rare apology to abuse victims in Iraq, top Bush administration officials moved on several fronts yesterday to halt the erosion of American credibility worldwide from mistreatment of prisoners and limit further political damage to the...
Tribune national correspondentsAt one end of the National Mall, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is walking into the Capitol for a vote, with students on the steps instantly recognizing him and calling out his name. At the other end, in his 18th year of manning a POW-MIA booth, Chris...
Tags: Colin Powell, History, John McCain, Government, John Kerry
Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON - Two U.S. soldiers were killed and a third was injured yesterday during a fierce 90-minute firefight in a rugged border region of eastern Afghanistan, the latest in a series of mounting Taliban attacks, according to U.S. Central Command....
Sun National StaffThe U.S. military's use of private contractors for the sensitive task of wartime interrogation marks a sharp shift from traditional practices and is raising difficult issues of accountability as authorities investigate the alleged role civilian workers...
The Associated PressThe United States has no intention of paying a $1 million bill China has submitted for the three months a Navy reconnaissance plane spent on Chinese soil, a State Department official said Friday. The plane made an emergency landing on the Chinese...
Washington BureauPresident Bush on Friday rejected the Taliban regime's demand for proof that Osama bin Laden ordered last week's terrorist attacks as the United States prepared military options that would make locating and neutralizing the Saudi terrorist and his...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- A senior Bush administration official said publicly this week for the first time that the United States might accept a United Nations-sponsored peacekeeping force in Iraq if it was led by U.S. military commanders. Richard L. Armitage, the...
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