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  • Radical sheik killed in Red Mosque

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A radical cleric whose mosque sought to impose strict Islamic morality on the Pakistani capital was killed today as troops seized control of the sprawling compound, a government spokesman said.


  • Colombian rebel guilty of holding 3 hostages

    Colombian rebel leader Ricardo Palmera was convicted yesterday of helping hold three Americans hostage for years in jungle prison camps. He is the only person ever found responsible for the crime.


  • Elite troops trained by Venezuela

    SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia — Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's government is training and arming Bolivian commando units to replace U.S.-supported counterterrorist teams, according to Bolivian defense officials.


  • World Scene

    NORTH KOREA


  • Colombian rebel guilty of holding 3 hostages

    Colombian rebel leader Ricardo Palmera was convicted yesterday of helping hold three Americans hostage for years in jungle prison camps. He is the only person ever found responsible for the crime.


  • Embassy Row

    Maoist threat


  • Hoshyar Zebari

    Iraq fails to meet reform goals, report says

    A progress report on Iraq will conclude that the U.S.-backed government in Baghdad has not met any of its targets for political, economic and other reform, speeding up the Bush administration's reckoning on what to do next, a U.S. official said yesterday.


  • GOP to play card of strong defense

    Moves to the left on the Iraq war by Democratic presidential contenders — especially votes against troop funding by Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama — will haunt them in a general election contest, top Republican candidates say.


  • Cry for me, Pakistan

    "Asian" in British police parlance almost invariably means Pakistanis or Pakistani Brits. Of late, Bangladeshi Brits have been added to the roster of terror suspects. Almost all terrorist plots carried out by Islamist extremists in the last five years in Britain have included investigative trails that track back to Pakistan.


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