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  • October 23, 2002   BY Admin 

    American and Australian officials are pushing the United Nations to declare the Indonesian fundamentalist Islamic group Jemaah Islamiyah a terrorist organization affiliated with Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaida network. Continue reading

  • October 22, 2002  

    Elizabeth Farnsworth reports on how Turkey has contended with its role in the tensions surrounding a potential U.S.-led war with neighboring Iraq and examines the struggles of the Kurdish community living there. Continue reading

  • October 21, 2002  

    In the wake of North Korea’s recent admission to developing a nuclear weapons program, experts discuss the parallels between the threats posed by North Korea and Iraq and examine the differences in U.S. policy on each country. Continue reading

  • October 18, 2002  

    Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss how the economy and possible war with Iraq could effect this year’s midterm elections. Continue reading

  • October 17, 2002  

    Sens. Bob Graham (D-Fla.) and Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) discuss North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and react to Thursday’s testimony from FBI Director Robert Mueller and CIA Director George Tenet about the state of U.S. intelligence before Sept. 11. Continue reading

  • October 17, 2002  

    Kwame Holman reports on the ongoing September 11th intelligence hearings. Continue reading

  • October 16, 2002   BY Admin 

    Indonesia’s government on Wednesday promised to push for tougher anti-terror laws and formed an international investigative team to search for those responsible for a bomb blast that killed more than 180 people on the resort island of Bali. Continue reading

  • October 16, 2002  

    Bill Neely and Ian Williams of Independent Television News report on the aftermath of the bombing on the Indonesian island of Bali. Continue reading

  • October 16, 2002  

    The Australian ambassador to the United States describes how his country is reacting to the deaths of scores of Australians in the Bali bombing. Continue reading

  • October 15, 2002  

    Last week, the U.S. Congress passed a resolution authorizing President Bush to use military force, if necessary, to disarm Iraq. Two former U.S. ambassadors to the U.N. discuss how a similar debate among key members of the U.N. Security Council may affect a tough new U.S.- and British-backed U.N. resolution on Iraq. Continue reading