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Tribune senior business correspondentWhen the Thunderbird Mine shut down in May 2003, Chuck Schanno figured he had seen the last of his days working in Minnesota's open-pit iron mines. Schanno, 48, got a new job maintaining telephone lines for Minnesota Power. The job security was a relief,...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - United Nations weapons inspectors returned to Iraq yesterday for the first time in nearly four years, backed by the threat of force and the authority to search anywhere, anytime for chemical, biological and nuclear weapons - even in the...
Tribune foreign correspondentDo Sao Mai is 21 years old and an international studies major at college who learned to speak flawless English because "when I was 14, I loved the Backstreet Boys." She is also given to analyzing other young Vietnamese, like her classmate Chi Mai,...
Tribune foreign correspondentIn the steamy twilight of the jungle, Gilles Bokande hunkered beside a mossy stump and pinched his nose between his index and middle fingers. Blowing air through the back of his throat, he bleated like a duiker, a tiny forest antelope. Nothing happened....
Tribune foreign correspondentThandiwe Mwandla can't give her sugar cane away these days, much less sell it. The same goes for her sweet bananas and corn and the hard little peaches that grow in her garden. The fruit has AIDS, people say. Switching from farmer to tailor, Mwandla, 45,...
Tribune foreign correspondentLike any other park warden in Africa, Klaus-Jurgen Sucker had enemies, although maybe more than most. When it came to defending his park's endangered mountain gorillas, Sucker knocked heads hard. A strapping, 37-year-old German biologist, Sucker...
Tags: Economic Organization, Plant Openings, Family, Landforms, Nature
The annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, set for the end of September in Washington, should be rescheduled in the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks, a U.S. official said Friday. The official, who asked not to be named,...
Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress, distinguished guests, fellow citizens: Every year, by law and by custom, we meet here to consider the state of the union. This year, we gather in this chamber deeply aware of decisive days that lie...
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Tribune staff reporterThe next two big global meetings, already threatened by protesters and besieged by controversy, have probably been torpedoed by the terrorist attacks on Washington and New York, officials say. The International Monetary Fund, World Bank and World Trade...
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