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Last Build Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 00:00:27 GMT

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For Iraqi Girls, Changing Land Narrows Lives

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT

To catch a glimpse of the future of this country, look for a moment through the eyes of teenage girls who are coming of age in Baghdad.



Biggest Task for U.S. General Is Training Iraqis to Fight Iraqis

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT

A celebrated American field commander is charged with rebuilding an Iraqi security force that collapsed during April's uprisings.



Stuart Hampshire, Moral Philosopher, Dies at 89

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT

Stuart Hampshire believed that aesthetics, ethics and political philosophy were all part of the same intellectual quest, which he described as the philosophy of mind.



Blast Kills 2 Afghan Women on Election Workers' Bus

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:39 GMT

Two were killed and at least 11 more people were wounded when a bomb ripped through a bus carrying women working as election registration workers in the eastern city of Jalalabad.



Iraqis Laud New Turbine, Despite Shortfalls

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

As a ceremony was held to herald the completion of a new American-financed turbine, Iraqi engineers pointed to other American energy projects that had fallen short.



Looking at the Costs if Iraq Goes Up in Smoke

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

It is tempting to conclude that Iraq will be a disaster for years to come. The reality may well be more complicated.



A Correspondent in Iraq: Scenes of Hope and Dread

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Sifting through the memories since first crossing the Iraqi border last year, a handful seems representative.



Defining Torture: Russian Roulette, Yes. Mind-Altering Drugs, Maybe.

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Of all the memos released by the White House in response to the prison abuse scandal in Iraq, none have been more incendiary than the so-called torture memo.



A Different Mexican Revolution

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

During the first three weeks of July, Film Forum in Manhattan will present a 26-film retrospective of Mexican movies, from the silent era to the early 90's.



Peru Photo Exhibit Captures Pathos of 20 Years of War

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

What began as a temporary photo exhibit has become a critically acclaimed and popular museum. But in a poor country with other pressing needs, its future remains in doubt.



Despite an Act of Leniency, China Has Its Eye on the Web

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Many among China's rapidly growing group of Internet commentators are warning that the government is quietly tightening controls.



Candidates in Canadian Vote Are Poised for a Dead Heat

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Unlike the last three landslide Liberal victories in Canadian national elections since 1993, the vote on Monday is anybody's ballgame.



Rumsfeld Urges Russia to Remove Moldova Force

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Defense Secretary Rumsfeld called on Russia on Saturday to fulfill a five-year-old pledge to withdraw from a separatist region of a former Soviet republic.



12 Kashmiri Villagers Shot Dead Ahead of Talks

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

JAMMU, (Reuters) - Suspected militants shot dead at least 12 villagers, including four children, in their sleep in Indian Kashmir on Saturday, a day ahead of talks between India and Pakistan over the disputed Himalayan region.



Explosion Injures at Least 4 in Turkey

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

A bomb exploded in the hands of the man who was planting it at a hotel in southern Turkey on Saturday, wounding him and three other people, a news report said.



7 Militants Die in Israeli Raid in West Bank

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Israeli troops killed seven Palestinian militants on Saturday, including two senior figures, when they raided a house and found the men in a hidden room in the West Bank city of Nablus.



Hail Marys Not Needed: Vatican Mail Will Deliver

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Seperated from a nation that is burdened with labor strife, long lines and an unreliable postal system, the Vatican has developed a mail service that is the envy of Italians.



Iran Vows to Resume Its Nuclear Program

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

The announcement came days after the International Atomic Energy Agency approved a European-drafted resolution that rebuked Iran for past cover-ups in its nuclear program.



Group Claims to Hold 3 Turks and Says It Will Behead Them

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

The group, led by the Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, demanded that Turkish companies leave Iraq within 72 hours.



Taliban Kill 16 Afghans Carrying Voter Cards

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:38 GMT

Taliban guerrillas stopped a bus traveling through the central province of Uruzgan on Friday, then kidnapped and killed 16 passengers for carrying voter registration cards.



Amid Protests, Bush Sees Thaw in Europe

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:37 GMT

President Bush declared on Saturday that the "bitter differences" between the U.S. and Europe were over, and that NATO had a responsibility to help Iraqis with their own security.



Pakistan Premier Resigns, Replaced by General's Ally

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:37 GMT

Pakistan's prime minister, Zafarullah Khan Jamali, gave his resignation to the president.



Aides Say Memo Backed Coercion for Qaeda Cases

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 02:38:37 GMT

A Justice Department memo helped provide an after-the-fact rationale for harsh methods used by the C.I.A. on Qaeda leaders.