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Tribune staff reportersAn elderly pensioner hobbles past, followed by a scruffy teenager riding a bicycle and drinking a bottle of beer, and a young girl skipping down the sidewalk on a glorious late summer's afternoon. None pays the least attention to the utterly...
Tribune movie criticIn the eyes of many, movies haven't really changed since Sept. 11-- or, if they have, it's been with typical glacial slowness and skittishness. That's hardly surprising. Everything happens slowly in the movies, the art form where millions of dollars...
Washington BureauThe Pentagon has repeatedly declared it will not participate in a peacekeeping operation in Afghanistan. The State Department has vowed that the United States will not get mired in the process of reconstructing an Afghan state. Everyone in the government,...
Tags: Death, Afghanistan, Politics, David Malone, Diplomacy
The Washington PostThe Saudi shown talking with Osama bin Laden about the attacks against the U.S. on a videotape released by the Bush administration last week is not a religious scholar, as originally thought, but a former anti-Soviet guerrilla in Afghanistan and a...
Chicago Tribune staff reportersA Chicago-area man under investigation for operating an Islamic charity to benefit terrorists used leaked intelligence information to help a leading al-Qaida operative escape arrest in Bosnia, prosecutors here said Tuesday. The alleged 1998 dealings...
Tags: Death, Assault, Afghanistan, Justice System, Trips and Vacations
Tribune staff reporterEven as the U.S. military grapples with the largest peacekeeping effort in a generation, the Army is shutting down its only institute devoted to such operations, prompting protests from inside and outside the Pentagon. Since its creation in 1993 at the...
Chicago TribuneMuslim forces were gathering near a small town in Bosnia, and commanders were moving fighters to the front. The man in charge wanted the very best soldiers available, so he handpicked six of his favorites and ordered them to the area immediately. The...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- As deadly new guerrilla attacks rocked the U.S.-led occupation, President Bush shifted policy on Iraq's political future yesterday, approving ideas for turning power over to a provisional government by the summer or fall of 2004. After...
Chicago Tribune movie reporterFew Academy Awards aficionados would think a movie about hobbits and wizards could take the Best Picture prize, but "Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring" nonetheless became the official frontrunner by earning 13 Oscar nominations. "Lord of the...
The tiny old woman is overwhelmed with emotion. Tears stream down her creased face as she lovingly gazes at the image of the Virgin Mary above her. A younger man, perhaps her son, stands next to her, but she seems oblivious to his presence. It's as if she...
Tribune foreign correspondentWhen Iraq invaded Kuwait in August 1990, President Bush's father was able to rally the world to his side for the war against Saddam Hussein. It will be extremely difficult for Bush to do the same for his all-but-declared war against Osama bin Laden....
Tribune staff reporterLeaders of Arab organizations warned Wednesday that there would be no tolerance for U.S. military attacks on any country in the Arab world, including Iraq. "If this occurs, it would lead to a very dangerous and critical situation in the region and will...
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