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U.S. Urges Punishment For Iran Nuclear Work

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

UNITED NATIONS, May 2 -- The Bush administration said Monday that Iran was trying to build atomic weapons in secret and suggested the international community should respond by taking away Tehran's right to nuclear energy technology.



North Korea Labels Bush a 'Dictator'

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

North Korea lashed out at President Bush yesterday for comments he made about the country's leader, Kim Jong Il, at a news conference Thursday, asserting that the North Korean nuclear impasse will never be resolved while Bush remains in office.



Stocks Fall, But Gains For Week Hold Up

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

NEW YORK, April 22 -- A fresh wave of worries pushed stocks lower Friday as investors dealt with disappointing earnings in the consumer sector, rising oil prices and the possibility of a nuclear weapon test by North Korea. Stocks finished the week higher, however.



Signs Stir Concern North Korea Might Test Nuclear Bomb

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

U.S. officials are increasingly concerned that North Korea may be preparing its first test of a nuclear weapon, though they warn that the information is sketchy and not definitive.



U.N. Envoy To N. Korea Steps Aside For Probe

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

The United Nations' special envoy to North Korea, Maurice F. Strong, decided Wednesday to step aside until U.N.-appointed investigators and federal prosecutors finish examining his financial ties to a South Korean lobbyist accused of trying to bribe U.N. officials.



U.N. Envoy Says Park Invested in His Firm, Advised Him on N. Korea

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

UNITED NATIONS, April 18 -- A senior U.N. official said Monday that he "was associated" with a company that received investments from a South Korean businessman who was charged last week with lobbying U.N. officials as an unregistered agent for Saddam Hussein's government.



Bolton's Hard-Line Record Faces Scrutiny

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

Confirmation hearings begin Monday for John R. Bolton, perhaps the most controversial figure nominated to serve in Bush's second term.



Panel: U.S. Ignored Work Of U.N. Arms Inspectors

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

By the time Bush ordered troops to disarm Saddam Hussein of the deadly weapons he was allegedly trying to build, every piece of evidence had been tested -- and disproved -- by U.N. inspectors.



WMD Data Flawed, Lacking, Panel Says

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

U.S. intelligence agencies were "dead wrong" in their prewar assessments of Iraq's nuclear, biological and chemical weapons and today know "disturbingly little" about the capabilities and intentions of other potential adversaries such as Iran and North Korea.



WORLD IN BRIEF

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

Soccer Fans in N. Korea Erupt in Mob Violence
SEOUL -- The world caught a rare glimpse of mob violence in North Korea on Wednesday when soccer fans in the highly controlled state threw bottles, rocks and chairs as the home side lost a televised World Cup qualifier to Iran.



U.S. Cited 'Options' in Dealing With N. Korea

Sun, 8 May 2005 8:03:18 GMT

Condoleezza Rice has raised the prospect with allies of imposing economic or political penalties against North Korea if it persists in refusing to return to talks aimed at ending its nuclear ambitions.