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  • November 19, 2003   BY Admin 

    Two truck bombs exploded in Turkey on Thursday, one at a London-based bank and the other at the British consulate, killing at least 27 people and wounding almost 450 others. Continue reading

  • November 11, 2003   BY Admin 

    An International Atomic Energy Agency report on Iran’s nuclear capabilities released says the country had been secretly experimenting on materials that could be made into nuclear weapons though there is no evidence a bomb was the ultimate goal. Continue reading

  • November 10, 2003   BY Admin 

    The Supreme Court said Monday it would hear appeals by Afghan war detainees challenging their imprisonment at a U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Continue reading

  • November 10, 2003   BY Admin 

    Saudi and U.S. officials blamed al-Qaida for a suicide attack Saturday night on a residential compound housing expatriates living in Saudi Arabia that killed at least 17 people and wounded some 120 others. Continue reading

  • November 10, 2003  

    The Bush administration suffered a setback in the trade wars when the WTO ruled that the tariffs the United States imposed on imported steel last year violate global trade laws. Margaret Warner gets perspective on the ruling and its implications for future American tariff policy with Wall Street Journal trade reporter Neil King. Continue reading

  • November 10, 2003  

    At least 17 people died and more than 120 were injured Saturday in a suicide car bomb attack in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Experts discuss the bombing, believed to be the work of al-Qaida terrorists, and how it could affect Saudi efforts to combat terror. Continue reading

  • November 10, 2003  

    Thousands lost loved ones in the Sept. 11 attacks, and many of them think more than just the terrorists are to blame. Betty Ann Bowser speaks with surviving family members who are in search of compensation and accountability. Continue reading

  • November 7, 2003  

    Some Native Americans who live on the dozen Indian reservations in eastern San Diego County have not received the same attention as other Californians for their suffering. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles visited the devastated San Pasqual Reservation, where one third of the residents’ homes were devoured by flames. Continue reading

  • October 31, 2003  

    Cooler temperatures and dense fog brought encouragement to Californians after a week of wildfires that have killed 20 people, destroyed more than 2,800 homes and burned nearly 750,000 acres. Jeffrey Kaye reports from the Cedar Fire outside San Diego, which has consumed 275,000 acres. Continue reading

  • October 30, 2003   BY Admin 

    The United Nations will temporarily withdraw its international staff from Baghdad while it assesses the security situation there, a U.N. spokesman announced Thursday. Continue reading