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  Bush: 'Defining moment' for Sec. Council  President is saying now was the time to decide whether its resolution ordering Iraq to disarm 'will have any force' U.S. warns of soft targets attack White House dismisses inspectors' optimism  2 days of talks between the chief inspectors and high-level Iraqi officials gave the inspectors hope U.S. attacks NATO war plan veto  Washington has criticised France, Germany and Belgium after they vetoed planning for protecting Turkey U.S. warns of N. Korea missile tests   Bush 'disappointed' by NATO stalemate  President pronounced himself 'disappointed' after France, Germany and Belgium blocked a U.S.-led effort to defend Turkey Tenet: messages followed by attacks  CIA Director: United States is looking at whether the new audiotape from bin Laden 'is a signal of a pending attack' Enron 'bribed tax officials' NASA email warned of disaster U.S. to broker N. Korea's deal  Powell: Bush administration will push for regional diplomacy in response to development of nuclear weapons Navy group chief sacked  USS Kitty Hawk battle group commander Steven Kunkle had an 'improper relationship' with a woman naval officer U.S.: Tape 'almost certainly' bin Laden   US warns UN against Iraq delay  The National Security Adviser, Condoleezza Rice, said the world must keep up the pressure on Saddam Hussein   McCain urges China role on N. Korea  Senator is warning that Pyongyang's threatened buildup could prompt Japan to seek its own nuclear weapons US draws up new Iraq resolution  Resolution would ask members of the Sec. Council to permit the use of force in disarm Saddam   Rumsfeld: War 'not inevitable'  3 scenarios could avert a war: Saddam leaves voluntarily; involuntarily; or Saddam adheres to U.N. resolutions Mid-March targeted for U.N. vote  The Bush administration hopes that the Security Council will vote on a second resolution on Iraqi disarmament   U.N. resolution will be 'clear and simple'
  Powell will offer no 'smoking gun' on Iraq  Secretary of State will show that Saddam Hussein is not complying with a U.N. resolution to disarm Aircraft move sends signal to N. Korea Video captured shuttle breakup   Bush to Iraq: 'The game is over'  President challenged the United Nations to back its words with actions. U.S. sending more troops, ships to the Gulf Bush to raise terrorism threat level


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  President Bush said resolution should address just one question: Is Saddam Hussein complying with a November resolution
Feb.25   South Korea     Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'
  U.S. Secretary of State was in South Korea for the swearing in of President Roh Moo-hyun
  Washington     Rumsfeld: Iraq military may still be potent  U.S. forces would face a much weaker Iraqi military than in the 1991 Persian Gulf War Feb.26   Washington   Bush: Democratic Iraq could be 'example'
  Creating a 'free and peaceful' country will be a difficult task requiring a 'sustained commitment'
Feb.28   Washington   Poll: Bush re-election support below 50%  Two-thirds describe current economic conditions as poor. President still enjoys advantage over Democrats   House of Representatives   NASA chief blasted over shuttle memos  Sean O'Keefe endured searing criticism in a congressional hearing at House Science Committee   Philippines     U.S. revises Philippines combat role
  The Pentagon has not yet made a final decision on allowing troops to join a combat offensive against Muslim rebels
  Washington   3 Chechen groups on terrorist list  The United States is partially meeting a Russian request as the administration engages in sensitive talks over Iraq



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McCain urges China role on N. Korea
NASA chief blasted over shuttle memos
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Tenet: messages followed by attacks
Enron 'bribed tax officials'
NASA chief blasted over shuttle memos
Tenet: messages followed by attacks
East Asia
U.S. warns of N. Korea missile tests
Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'
U.S. warns of N. Korea missile tests
U.S. revises Philippines combat role
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U.S. Congress
McCain urges China role on N. Korea
NASA chief blasted over shuttle memos
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Enron 'bribed tax officials'
NASA chief blasted over shuttle memos
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Korea
U.S. warns of N. Korea missile tests
Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'
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