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  • For Iraqi Girls, Changing Land Narrows Lives      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT
    To catch a glimpse of the future of this country, look for a moment through the eyes of teenage girls who are coming of age in Baghdad. 
  • Biggest Task for U.S. General Is Training Iraqis to Fight Iraqis      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT
    A celebrated American field commander is charged with rebuilding an Iraqi security force that collapsed during April's uprisings. 
  • Stuart Hampshire, Moral Philosopher, Dies at 89      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT
    Stuart Hampshire believed that aesthetics, ethics and political philosophy were all part of the same intellectual quest, which he described as the philosophy of mind. 
  • Blast Kills 2 Afghan Women on Election Workers' Bus      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT
    Two were killed and at least 11 more people were wounded when a bomb ripped through a bus carrying women working as election registration workers in the eastern city of Jalalabad. 
  • Iraqis Laud New Turbine, Despite Shortfalls      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    As a ceremony was held to herald the completion of a new American-financed turbine, Iraqi engineers pointed to other American energy projects that had fallen short. 
  • Looking at the Costs if Iraq Goes Up in Smoke      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    It is tempting to conclude that Iraq will be a disaster for years to come. The reality may well be more complicated. 
  • A Correspondent in Iraq: Scenes of Hope and Dread      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Sifting through the memories since first crossing the Iraqi border last year, a handful seems representative. 
  • Defining Torture: Russian Roulette, Yes. Mind-Altering Drugs, Maybe.      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Of all the memos released by the White House in response to the prison abuse scandal in Iraq, none have been more incendiary than the so-called torture memo. 
  • A Different Mexican Revolution      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    During the first three weeks of July, Film Forum in Manhattan will present a 26-film retrospective of Mexican movies, from the silent era to the early 90's. 
  • Peru Photo Exhibit Captures Pathos of 20 Years of War      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    What began as a temporary photo exhibit has become a critically acclaimed and popular museum. But in a poor country with other pressing needs, its future remains in doubt. 
  • Despite an Act of Leniency, China Has Its Eye on the Web      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Many among China's rapidly growing group of Internet commentators are warning that the government is quietly tightening controls. 
  • Candidates in Canadian Vote Are Poised for a Dead Heat      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Unlike the last three landslide Liberal victories in Canadian national elections since 1993, the vote on Monday is anybody's ballgame. 
  • Rumsfeld Urges Russia to Remove Moldova Force      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Defense Secretary Rumsfeld called on Russia on Saturday to fulfill a five-year-old pledge to withdraw from a separatist region of a former Soviet republic. 
  • 12 Kashmiri Villagers Shot Dead Ahead of Talks      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    JAMMU, (Reuters) - Suspected militants shot dead at least 12 villagers, including four children, in their sleep in Indian Kashmir on Saturday, a day ahead of talks between India and Pakistan over the disputed Himalayan region. 
  • Explosion Injures at Least 4 in Turkey      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    A bomb exploded in the hands of the man who was planting it at a hotel in southern Turkey on Saturday, wounding him and three other people, a news report said. 
  • 7 Militants Die in Israeli Raid in West Bank      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Israeli troops killed seven Palestinian militants on Saturday, including two senior figures, when they raided a house and found the men in a hidden room in the West Bank city of Nablus. 
  • Hail Marys Not Needed: Vatican Mail Will Deliver      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Seperated from a nation that is burdened with labor strife, long lines and an unreliable postal system, the Vatican has developed a mail service that is the envy of Italians. 
  • Iran Vows to Resume Its Nuclear Program      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    The announcement came days after the International Atomic Energy Agency approved a European-drafted resolution that rebuked Iran for past cover-ups in its nuclear program. 
  • Group Claims to Hold 3 Turks and Says It Will Behead Them      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    The group, led by the Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, demanded that Turkish companies leave Iraq within 72 hours. 
  • Taliban Kill 16 Afghans Carrying Voter Cards      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT
    Taliban guerrillas stopped a bus traveling through the central province of Uruzgan on Friday, then kidnapped and killed 16 passengers for carrying voter registration cards. 
  • Amid Protests, Bush Sees Thaw in Europe      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:37 GMT
    President Bush declared on Saturday that the "bitter differences" between the U.S. and Europe were over, and that NATO had a responsibility to help Iraqis with their own security. 
  • Pakistan Premier Resigns, Replaced by General's Ally      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:37 GMT
    Pakistan's prime minister, Zafarullah Khan Jamali, gave his resignation to the president. 
  • Aides Say Memo Backed Coercion for Qaeda Cases      Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:37 GMT
    A Justice Department memo helped provide an after-the-fact rationale for harsh methods used by the C.I.A. on Qaeda leaders. 


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