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January 2002

1/31: Memo Details Cheney--Enron Links
1/31: 60,000 Expected at Alternative Anti-Globalization World Forum
1/31: Labor Union Calls for UN Action on Persecution of Organizers
1/31: IMF Scored on Deforestation
1/31: Australia Accused of Running "Concentration Camp" for Asylum Seekers
1/31: World Social Forum Opens with an Attack on the American-led War on Terrorism
1/30: What Corporate Money Buys on Hill: Inaction
1/30: Environmentalists Urge Pesticide Fight
1/30: Foes of Execution Criticize Slow Death
1/30: Afghans Protest Special Forces Raid
1/29: Environmental Promises Fall Short of Performance - U.N. Head
1/29: "Quiet Atrocity" Uncovered in Afghan Prison
1/29: Cover-up at US Justice Department
1/29: 60 Israeli Veterans Refuse to Serve
1/29: Bush Seeks Massive Defense Hike
1/28: Poll Says College Freshmen Lean Left; UCLA Survey Finds Highest Percentage of Politically Liberal Students Since Early '70s
1/28: Long After the Air Raids, Bomblets Bring More Death
1/28: The Media: Pro-US Tendency is Seen in Survey
1/28: U.S. Farmers Lose More Than $1 Billion From Sanctions Against Cuba, Study Says
1/28: Enron Cocktail of Cash, Sex and Fast Living
1/27: Jesse Jackson Takes Up Enron Workers' Cause
1/27: World Economic Forum to Open This Week in New York
1/27: Tension Mounts as US Turns Its Back on Arafat
1/26: Three Strikes and You're Out. Human Rights, US-Style
1/26: Army Secretary Takes On Afghan, Enron Wars
1/26: Massachusetts Clean Elections Law: Supreme Judicial Court Ruling: Fund or Repeal Clean Elections
1/26: White House Changed Draft Plan to Help Enron-Lawmaker
1/26: Israeli Troops Refuse to Serve in Gaza Strip, West Bank
1/26: Afghans Blame U.S. for Slaying Innocents During School Raid
1/25: Biotechnology Weapons Worse Than Nukes - Critics
1/25: The Scandal That Has Left the Credibility of American Politics in Shreds
1/25: 'Black Hawk Down' Portends Military Foray: Somalis
1/25: We Felt Safer Under the Taliban, say Kabul Residents
1/24: 'Glocalization': Asterix Promoting McBurgers in France
1/24: Calls for Probe into Enron's Role in Abuses in India
1/24: Bush’s AIDS Snub; Choice of Right-Winger for Key Post Angers Activists
1/24: Warlord Death 'Link with Sharon Case'
1/24: Campaign Finance Bill Headed for House Vote?
1/24: Vietnam Hero Condemns Camp X-Ray
1/24: Echo of Present Paranoia in McCarthy Museum
1/24: Europeans Fault U.S. as Arrogant on Detainees; Americans Are Seen 'Making Up Rules' on Taliban in Cuba
1/23: US Blocking International Drive to Increase Aid for the World's Poorest Countries
1/23: Somalis Cheer Black Hawk Down
1/23: Red Cross: US Broke Geneva Conventions
1/23: New Arrests Prompt Fears of Wider Crackdown on Egypt Sexual Minority
1/22: Afghan Victims of US Bombings Demand Compensation
1/22: One Year On, Bush Presides Over More Dangerous World
1/22: Nader Goads Congress Over Enron; Wants 'Corporate Decency' Plan
1/22: International Concern Mounts Over US Prisoners in Cuba
1/22: Nader Rips Campaign Coverage
1/21: UK Paper: Stop This Brutality In Our Name, Mr Blair
1/21: Many Schools Built Near Toxic Sites, Study Finds
1/20: Cluster Bombs: Unexploded US Bomblets Mine Villages
1/20: Costs and Consequences of American Engagement in Central Asia Begin to Become Clear
1/20: How Arundhati Roy Took Back the Power in India
1/20: The Battle Against the Taliban is Won But the US is Losing Support for Its War on Terrorism Over Its Treatment of Prisoners
1/20: Anthrax Missing From Army Lab
1/19: US Is Probing Cause, Degree of Civilian Toll
1/19: Campaign Finance Bill's Chances Grow With Enron Collapse
1/19: Iraq Speculates on Attack From U.S.
1/19: Bush Adviser Suggests War as Campaign Theme
1/18: The Enron Scandal: Veep Tried to Aid Enron
1/18: American Action is Unlawful, Say Legal Experts
1/18: The Enron Scandal: As Questions Get Louder, Cheney Stays Silent
1/18: Enron's Influence Reached Deep Into Administration
1/17: 911 Families in Afghanistan: Sharing Grief to Find Understanding
1/17: Dam Being Built in India on Backs of Poor, Critics Say
1/17: U.N. Assails U.S. Treatment of Afghan Prisoners
1/17: Human Rights Watch Scores U.S. 'Hypocrisy' on 'War on Terrorism'
1/17: U.S. Plans to Delay Requirement That Utilities Cut Emissions
1/16: As Enron Scandal Spreads, US Starts to Question Cash for Influence Culture
1/16: Bush, Citing Security, Bans Some Unions at Justice Dept.
1/16: Wind Is Fastest Growing Power Sector
1/15: Jail Can't Stop Defiant Nun's SOA Protest
1/15: US Jittery at Symbolic Meetings of Grieving Families
1/15: U.S. Eyes Shift in Colombia Policy; Greater Aid for War Against Leftist Guerrillas Sought
1/15: Bush Administration Rolls Back Clinton Rules for Wetlands
1/15: Population Activists Angered by Bush Freeze on UN Fund
1/14: Corporate Welfare: $4 Billion US Subsidies Incur WTO's Wrath
1/14: Red Cross: American Forces 'May Be Breaking PoW Convention'
1/14: Enron & the Bush Energy Plan: Pressure Grows on Cheney to Disclose
1/13: Israeli Army Under Fire for Mass House Demolitions in Gaza
1/13: Pentagon Warns of War Lasting Six Years
1/13: Inside the Growing Enron Scandal: How Evidence was Shredded and Top Executives Fished for a Bailout as the Company Imploded
1/13: Iraqi Press Blasts U.S. Over Military 'Threats'
1/12: No Decision on Military Strike on Iraq - U.S. Envoy
1/12: India Ready for Nuclear Exchange, Says Army Chief
1/12: America's Most Unwanted Turn to the Law; High-risk prisoners in US supermax jails seek legal relief from the 'living tomb'
1/12: Colombian Rebels Announce Blueprint to Save Peace
1/11: Yucca Mountain Fallout: Energy Sec. Abraham Got Thousands from Nuke Biz
1/11: Rights Groups Concerned Over Taliban Prisoners Held at U.S. Navy Base
1/11: Public Sees New Global Role for US
1/11: Auditor Says It Destroyed Enron Records
1/11: Ashcroft Withdraws as Enron Affair Explodes
1/11: Calls for World Leaders to Close Global Equality Gap
1/10: Arms Buildup Is a Boon to Firm Run by Big Guns; Ex-President and Other Washington Elites are Behind the Carlyle Group
1/10: Israeli Rights Group Assails Army
1/10: Standoff in Kashmir Threatens Landmine Ban
1/10: Villagers, U.S. At Odds Over Lethal Bombing
1/10: FedEx Shipped a High Radiation Package Without Knowledge
1/9: In a Race Against Time, Robert Reich to Run for Governor of Massachusetts
1/9: Greenpeace 'Star Wars' Protesters Avoid Prison
1/9: Nuclear Arms Plan: Saving, Not Scrapping; Many Weapons Covered by Bush-Putin Pact Would Go Into Reserve, Congress Told
1/8: CNN Transcript: Explosive New Book Published in France Alleges that U.S. Was in Negotiations to Do a Deal with Taliban
1/8: New McCarthyism: Political Dissent Can Bring Federal Agents to Your Door
1/8: 'Pakis' Remark Draws Fire for Bush
1/8: Bush Wants Option of New Nuclear Weapons Tests
1/7: North America Facing a Biodiversity Crisis
1/7: Recent Bushisms Call for a Primer
1/7: Bloody Evidence of US Blunder
1/6: Bush's First Big Scandal Rises from the Ashes of Enron
1/6: Outcry Over Pets in Pet Food
1/5: Activists Press Burma Campaign; More Companies Agree That Labor Conditions Are Oppressive
1/5: Faith in Democracy is Crucial, Moyers Says
1/5: In a Quest, Arlo Guthrie Is Back in That Church
1/5: Leaflet, Ad Called Inaccurate and Damaging to US Credibility
1/5: Mandela to Apologize for Supporting U.S. on Terror War
1/4: Argentina to Devalue as President Slams Free Market
1/4: U.S. Bombs Killed Afghan Civilians, U.N. Says
1/4: Insiders Say Bush Team Will Take Pro-Industry Stance on Scaling Back the Clean Air Act
1/3: Indian PM: No Weapon to Be Spared for Self-Defense
1/3: Mandela Backs Away From Unconditional Support of the War on Terror
1/3: Going Backwards: Mining Company Gets Protection in Legislation Pushed by Daschle
1/3: Thousands of Afghans Likely Killed in Bombings
1/2: The Environmental Price of the Afghan War
1/2: Sari Nusseibeh: Peacemaker Rises in Jerusalem
1/2: U.N. Fears Abuses of Terror Mandate; Rights Monitors See Some Governments Using New Requirements to Justify Repression
1/1: Pakistan Says Situation Explosive
1/1: Monsanto Hid Decades Of Pollution; PCBs Drenched Ala. Town, But No One Was Ever Told
1/1: Deadliest Year in Palestinian Territories Since 1967 War

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