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NEWS
May 2, 1986 | United Press International
Japan, West Germany and Italy vowed today to raise the issue of nuclear safety at the Tokyo summit despite concerns by the United States that the Soviet atomic disaster will overshadow terrorism at the meetings. The annual summits began in 1975 as an economic forum, but this year's session is taking place during a time of intense worldwide concern over terrorism and the Soviet nuclear plant disaster.
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NEWS
May 5, 1986 | From Reuters
President Reagan suggested to the Philippine government that it should give deposed leader Ferdinand E. Marcos a passport so he can go to a third country, Vice President Salvador Laurel said today. "There was a suggestion which came from President Reagan that Mr. Marcos be given a passport in order to enable him to go to a third country--not really return to the Philippines but go to a third country," Laurel told a news conference.
SPORTS
November 7, 1994 | From Associated Press
Nick Faldo of England had a six-stroke lead with six holes to play when he was disqualified from the Alfred Dunhill Masters in Bali, Indonesia, on Sunday for removing a stone from a bunker the previous day. Canadian Jack Kay, with a 72 on Sunday and a 277 total, won the tournament that Faldo dominated after breaking the course record with a 63 in the second round. "I've broken the rules. It's a shame for me, the sponsors and the event," Faldo said.
WORLD
December 18, 2002 | From Times Wire Services
Al Qaeda continues to command an extensive network of well-financed terrorist operatives in 40 countries and has opened new training camps in eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistani border to prepare a new generation of Islamic extremists for attacks on the West, a U.N. report released Tuesday says. "Let's face it, the sympathy for this organization is actually quite widespread in many countries," Michael Chandler, the report's chief author, said.
WORLD
December 13, 2005 | From Associated Press
Violence spilled into a second night Monday as scores of youths drove through predominantly white suburbs of Sydney, smashing windows of cars, homes and stores and raising fears of spreading racial unrest. Police said they arrested 11 suspects in the rioting, which left seven people injured, including one officer. In response, the region's premier said today that police would be given increased power to crack down on rioters.
SPORTS
September 30, 2002 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Cincinnati basketball Coach Bob Huggins' condition improved Sunday, a day after he suffered a heart attack at Pittsburgh International Airport during a recruiting trip. Huggins, 49, remained in serious but stable condition at Medical Center in Beaver, about 20 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, said Tom Hathaway, Cincinnati's assistant athletic director. "He continues to make progress and the doctors are happy with the type of progress he's made this afternoon," Hathaway said.
NEWS
May 2, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
With 30,000 police patrolling the city in the tightest security crackdown ever, President Reagan arrived today for a seven-nation summit in which economic issues will likely be eclipsed by worries about terrorism and the Soviet nuclear reactor disaster. Reagan was greeted on his arrival by U.S. Ambassador Mike Mansfield and a host of Japanese dignitaries at a specially created landing area at the far end of Haneda Airport.
OPINION
November 14, 2002
An audiotape presumed to be from Osama bin Laden and obviously meant to unsettle the United States and its allies actually serves as a reminder of the proven benefits of international cooperation against terrorism. The tape, delivered like previous missives to the Arabic-language Al Jazeera television network, hails the Oct. 12 terrorist bombing in Bali, Indonesia, where nearly 200 people were killed, and Chechen rebels' Oct.
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