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  • Irish leader tells of post-9/11 nightmare

    Irish leader tells of post-9/11 nightmare

    April 3, 2003

    Bernadette Devlin McAliskey is a legendary figure in Irish and British politics. She is a hero of the jobless in Northern Ireland. McAliskey became a member of British Parliament at age 21, the youngest person ever...

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  • Iraq war forces Indian workers home

    Iraq war forces Indian workers home

    April 3, 2003

    TRIVANDRUM, India – Airports all over India are now overflowing with workers returning from the Middle East. Every day thousands of Indians are coming back, leaving their life-long earnings and their dreams of a better life...

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  • Profiting from a liberated Iraq

    Profiting from a liberated Iraq

    March 28, 2003

    While U.S. war aims are couched in terms of “liberating” Iraq, the Bush administration is already divvying up the spoils of war. Long before troops moved into Iraq – even before Bush put forward his 48-hour...

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  • In Iraq, casualties mount on both sides

    In Iraq, casualties mount on both sides

    March 28, 2003 By Susan Webb

    “It’s all for nothing; that war could have been prevented,” Michelle Waters, sister of Staff Sgt. Kendall Waters-Bey, one of the first U.S. casualties of the Iraq war, said, tears running down her cheeks.

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  • U.S. intensifies hostilities toward Cuba

    U.S. intensifies hostilities toward Cuba

    March 27, 2003

    The Cuban government warned of increased hostile activity by the Bush administration aimed at “destabilizing and subverting the constitutional order, infringing the law, conspiring against social development, boycotting economic relations, threatening the security and destroying the...

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