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August 18, 2006 | Kim Murphy, Times Staff Writer
Amid plummeting public support in Britain for backing America's policy in the war on terrorism, Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott denied Thursday that he called President Bush a "cowboy with his Stetson hat" whose progress on a Middle East peace plan was "crap."
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WORLD
November 24, 2002 | From Reuters
Government officials rejected allegations Saturday that they have responded slowly and clumsily to an oil spill from a sunken tanker that has polluted hundreds of miles of coastline. At a stormy news conference in the northern port of La Coruna, Deputy Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said government decisions have been timely and resources adequate.
WORLD
July 22, 2006 | Vanora McWalters, Special to The Times
British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott broke rules for ministers by not immediately declaring his stay last year at an American billionaire's ranch, according to a watchdog agency. Prescott, whose portfolio includes planning and urban redevelopment, spent a weekend in July 2005 at the Colorado ranch of Philip Anschutz, who is building an entertainment center in East London and is hoping to lease space to house Britain's first super-casino.
WORLD
May 11, 2004 | David Holley, Times Staff Writer
Mourners buried assassinated President Akhmad Kadyrov of Chechnya on Monday, while his son, head of the presidential security force, was appointed first deputy prime minister of the war-torn region of Russia. Pallbearers carried Kadyrov's body, covered by a white sheepskin blanket, through the streets of his Chechen home village of Tsentoroi, in scenes shown on Russian television.
NEWS
February 11, 1997 | CRAIG TURNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Canada's deputy prime minister, wrapping up a highly publicized summit with this nation's leading entertainment industry executives, Monday hinted at a trade war aimed at Hollywood and what she has called "American cultural imperialism." Sheila Copps, the second-highest-ranking member of Prime Minister Jean Chretien's government, suggested that Canada might contest U.S. restrictions on foreign ownership of U.S.
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January 28, 1991 | MICHAEL ROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With Arab opposition to the Gulf War mounting, a senior Egyptian official stressed Sunday that Egypt will not support any U.S. war aims that go beyond the U.N. Security Council's mandate to liberate Kuwait. Deputy Foreign Minister Butros Butros Ghali expressed Cairo's concern over suggestions that the Bush Administration has broadened its goal from liberating Kuwait to destroying Iraq's military capability and removing Saddam Hussein from power.
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November 3, 1990 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Britain's Conservative Party on Friday sought to put a brave face on the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister Geoffrey Howe, leaving the party's position on joining Europe in a state of doubt and confusion. Many Conservatives believe that Howe's resignation Thursday in protest against Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's renunciation of a common European currency will seriously damage them in the next general election.
BUSINESS
September 4, 2002 | From Bloomberg News
Oil prices fell Tuesday after Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz said his country was prepared to allow United Nations weapons inspections, a development seen as reducing the threat of a U.S. attack on the Middle East's fourth-biggest producer. Aziz told U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan that Iraq would allow access to arms sites to answer charges that it is producing weapons of mass destruction.
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January 28, 2002 | JOHN DANISZEWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Russian military helicopter with a deputy interior minister and several other officers aboard exploded and crashed in Chechnya on Sunday, killing all 14 passengers and crew, and first reports indicated that it might have been downed in a rebel attack. Among those killed was Gen.
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January 17, 1994 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Yegor T. Gaidar, the brain behind Russia's economic reforms, announced Sunday that he is quitting the government, citing the tremendous frustration of being blamed for decisions that he could not control. "I cannot serve in the government and at the same time be in opposition to it," Gaidar said in a letter to President Boris N. Yeltsin. "I cannot be responsible for reforms without having . . . the necessary levers to carry out the economic policy in which I believe."
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