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  • August 30, 2002   BY Admin 

    United Nations prosecutors have filed a legal brief insisting that a former Washington Post reporter testify in the case of a Bosnian Serb accused of genocide, elevating the debate over journalists testifying in front of international war tribunals. Continue reading

  • August 29, 2002   BY Admin 

    Iraq’s vice president on Thursday said there was no point in allowing United Nations weapons inspectors to re-enter the country because the U.S. had already decided to oust the government of Saddam Hussein. Continue reading

  • August 29, 2002  

    Investigators are renewing their search for clues into the source of the deadly anthrax bacteria used to taint letters last year. Experts discuss the latest developments as well as the joining of the scientific and investigative communities. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002   BY Admin 

    U.S. authorities charged a Seattle man with conspiring to help al-Qaida set up a training camp in rural Oregon and providing the terror network with materials and support. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002   BY Admin 

    U.S.-led forces searching for Osama bin Laden and members of his al-Qaida network are concentrating on a stretch of Afghanistan’s border with Pakistan, The New York Times reported Wednesday. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002   BY Admin 

    German officials on Wednesday filed federal charges against the only Sept. 11 suspect in custody in Germany. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002  

    Kwame Holman outlines the question of resuming weapons inspections in Iraq. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002  

    In a recent address, Vice President Cheney argued that sending inspectors back into Iraq would not eliminate the weapons threat posed by the Saddam Hussein regime. Two former weapons inspectors who worked in Iraq discuss the pros and cons of further U.N. monitoring. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002  

    Sudan, the largest country on the African continent, has endured a bitter and bloody civil war for nearly 20 years. Former Senator John Danforth, who recently traveled to the region as President Bush’s special envoy, discusses new hopes for a peace accord and his participation in negotiations between the battling factions. Continue reading

  • August 27, 2002  

    William Hyland, former deputy national security adviser under President Ford, and Ellen Laipson, a former National Security Council staffer, discuss the debate over intervention in Iraq. Continue reading