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Mar 31,2007
BAGHDAD - Iraqi leaders are keeping up contacts with insurgent groups to convince them to join the political process, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said Saturday."Some organizations that consider themselves as part of the national resistance have contacted us and expressed readiness to drop the arms and join the political process, and we have welcomed them," Talabani said.The Iraqi leader, speaking at a ceremony welcoming new ambassadors from Japan and the United States, also praised resolutions ... [full story]
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Mar 31,2007
NEW YORK - A new report by a United Nations committee finds that rich countries are spending billions of dollars to protect themselves from global warming.The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change plans to release the report next week, The New York Times said. The committee found that the United States and European countries are investing in desalinization plants, flood barriers and other infrastructure.Poor countries in Africa and Asia that have comparatively less responsibility for greenhouse ... [full story]
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Mar 31,2007
AIX-EN-PROVENCE - A French nun says Pope John Paul II cured her Parkinson's disease two months after he died in 2005.At a news conference Friday in Aix-en-Provence, Sister Marie Simon-Pierre said that the Roman Catholic church would have to decide whether the pope's intercession was miraculous."I have been cured," she said. "My healing was the work of God through the intercession of Pope John Paul II."John Paul is on the fast track for sainthood. The ... [full story]
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Mar 31,2007
BAGHDAD - Iraqi leaders are keeping up contacts with insurgent groups to convince them to join the political process, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani said Saturday."Some organizations that consider themselves as part of the national resistance have contacted us and expressed readiness to drop the arms and join the political process, and we have welcomed them," Talabani said.The Iraqi leader, speaking at a ceremony welcoming new ambassadors from Japan and the United States, also praised resolutions ... [full story]
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Mar 31,2007
A Texas driver who sped at near 80-mph through a construction zone at the Sunriver Junction on Highway 97 and led officers on a five-mile chase toward Bend Friday night was ultimately arrested for drunk driving and other charges, Oregon State Police (OSP) reported. About 10:30 p.m., Trooper April Lang was working in the 45-mph construction zone when she clocked a 1983 Ford Escort speeding by at 79-mph, troopers wrote in an OSP news release. ... [full story]
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Mar 31,2007
LOS ANGELES - As New York City's top cop in the 1990s, William Bratton garnered national attention by turning city maps and paperbound police logs into a pioneering computerized crime-fighting system. Now Bratton is promoting a high-tech spin on another traditional tool in his current post atop the Los Angeles force. On Friday the chief unveiled a sleeker, souped-up alternative to the flashlights that most officers carry with them at all times. The traditional long, ... [full story]
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Mar 31,2007
WASHINGTON - Government officials said Friday there is no immediate prospect of transferring hundreds of accused terrorist detainees at Guantanamo Bay to military prisons near San Diego or elsewhere in the United States. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., who opposes closing the U.S. base in Cuba, raised the issue Thursday when he released a list of 17 military prisons - including brigs at Camp Pendleton and Miramar - that he said House Democrats identified as "potential ... [full story]
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