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Sun StaffSri Lanka's top beer producer built its reputation on its chilled lagers and full-bodied stouts. But soon after last week's catastrophe, when a tsunami struck the nation's coastline, executives at Lion Brewery in Colombo knew that the best way they...
Tags: Indonesia, Sri Lanka, The Lion Brewery Incorporated, Asia, Death
Sun StaffMarine Lance Cpl. Marcco Ware was on guard duty last night, gazing across a dark Iraqi landscape of palm trees, irrigated fields and deserted houses, when he heard that President Bush was praising him. Bush, who was thousands of miles away at the...
Tags: Newspapers, Photography, Iraq, Bill Clinton, Government
Of the more than 3,000 people who died in the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, roughly 30 lived in Pennsylvania. Eight of those victims lived in the Lehigh Valley or the Poconos. They preferred to commute at least 11/2 hours to the city each day and left their...
Saturday, Feb. 8 results BOYS BASKETBALL Big Northern East Marengo 67, Burlington Central 63 (OT) Big Northern West Stillman Valley 45, Winnebago 34 East Suburban Catholic Benet 67, Nazareth 56 St. Joseph 56, Carmel 44 Upstate Eight East Aurora 66, St....
Sunday, Jan. 19 results Boys basketball Martin Luther King Shootout At Proviso West Curie 89, East Oktibbeha County (Crawford, Miss.) 41 Normandy (St. Louis) 65, Marshall 55 North Park Shootout Curie 65, Kenwood 63 Northside Prep 65, Quigley 53 Mather 73,...
Metromix.com2 stars (out of 4) The year was 1967, when, alongside "The Graduate," "Bonnie and Clyde," "Cool Hand Luke" and "In the Heat of the Night," Sidney Poitier's exceptionally successful black doctor sought permission to marry the daughter of a liberal...
Tags: Barack Obama, Tiger Woods, NASCAR, Bernie Mac, Ashton Kutcher
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - The sights, sounds and smells of what had been Saddam Hussein's capital converged yesterday toward one inescapable conclusion - while the war may be closer to an end, the fight for peace is likely to take long and dangerous work....
Sun Foreign StaffWITH THE U.S. MARINES, Iraq - The Marines were told to push north at the highest possible speed toward Baghdad until making contact with the enemy. They made contact, but the enemy had changed. The enemy the Marines encountered in the past 48 hours was...
Sun Foreign StaffIN THE SUBURBS OF BAGHDAD, Iraq - The Marines took a three-hour drive yesterday, fording a tributary of the Tigris River, rumbling their troop carriers through the yards of family homes and setting up camp at a traffic oval a few miles from the center...
Tags: Kansas, U.S. Army, Iraq, Nevada, Wars and Interventions
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