Iraq on Tuesday lashed out at the United Nations' decision to provide the United States with an unedited advance copy of the Iraqi weapons declaration, expressing fears the U.S. would manipulate the document to find a pretext to wage war.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter delivers the following speech after receiving the Nobel medal and diploma presentation in the Oslo City Hall.
United Nations analysts have begun poring over the 12,000-page dossier that Iraq claims proves it is free of weapons of mass destruction. Iraq submitted the U.N.-ordered document over the weekend.
Ray Suarez talks with New York Times Foreign Correspondent John Burns from Baghdad about Iraq's arms declaration.
Inspectors also visited the Al-Twaitha nuclear complex, headed by Iraq's nuclear power authority.
The government of Saudi Arabia released a report Tuesday detailing its counter terrorism measures and describing new financial regulations aimed at insuring the Saudi Kingdom does not indirectly support terrorist groups.
A United Nations weapons team inspected one of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's presidential palaces Tuesday, as Iraqi officials announced they will comply with a U.N. deadline to declare that the country is free of weapons of mass destruction.
Kenyan authorities have detained 12 people, 11 of them foreigners, in the ongoing investigation into Thursday's deadly car bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel and attempted missile attack on an airliner.
Ian Williams of Independent Television News with a look at how terrorist groups are increasingly seeking out so-called soft targets worldwide, like Indonesia's resort island of Bali.
In the wake of the deadly car bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel and attempted missile attack on an airliner experts discuss possible culprits.
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