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Monday, April 05, 2004
Madrid bombings mastermind, three others die in suicide blast
PARIS, APRIL 4. At least four suspected Islamist terrorists blew themselves up in the Madrid suburb of Leganes on Saturday night after an hour-long exchange of fire with Spanish police who had encircled the apartment block where they lived. One ...
'Blair, Bush discussed Iraq after 9/11'
LONDON, APRIL 4. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and the U.S. President, George W. Bush, first discussed regime change in Iraq barely nine days after the September 11 attacks, according to the then British Ambassador to Washington, ...
Drug firm used orphans for HIV trials
NEW YORK, APRIL 4. Orphans and babies as young as three months old have been used as guinea pigs in potentially dangerous medical experiments sponsored by pharmaceutical companies. The British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline is embroiled in the ...
Putin seeks to forge triangular 'core of Europe'
MOSCOW, APRIL 4. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, hosted the leaders of Germany and France over the weekend in Moscow to forge a triangular "core of Europe" that should help Russia strike a better deal with the expanding NATO and the ...
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