Officials from incoming South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun's government said Roh would offer to help North Korea and the U.S. negotiate an end to their dispute over the North's efforts to restart its nuclear program.
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Expelled United Nations inspectors left North Korea Tuesday as the communist country accused the United States of planning an invasion and vowed to "fight to the last man" in its own defense.
The FBI has issued a call for assistance in locating and detaining five men who allegedly illegally entered the United States on Christmas Eve.
A gunman shot and killed three American missionaries and seriously wounded a fourth at Jibla Baptist Hospital in Yemen Monday in an incident that Yemeni security officials are calling an "Islamic extremist" attack.
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The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed Tuesday that North Korea has removed key monitoring equipment and has entered sealed-off areas in a nuclear reactor plant.
The members of the U.S. Senate's incoming Republican majority unanimously chose Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist as their new leader during a conference call Monday.
Ten of Wall Street's largest firms on Friday agreed to pay $1.4 billion to settle allegations by state and federal regulators that they provided misleading stock advice to investors for the benefit of corporate investment banking clients.
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