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January 28, 2002 | Reuters
As the U.S. struggles to cope with its weak economy and financial scandals--including the one shrouding collapsed energy trader Enron Corp.--this week's World Economic Forum comes at a critical juncture for corporate and political leaders eager to shape the world's business agenda in 2002. Three thousand of the world's most influential people are flocking to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York for the five-day meeting starting Thursday.
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May 22, 1993 | Associated Press
The tiny principality of Monaco requested full U.N. membership Friday. Monaco currently holds "permanent observer" status at the United Nations, along with the Vatican and Switzerland. The Security Council must recommend Monaco's admission to full U.N. membership, and it must be confirmed by two-thirds of the General Assembly. There is not expected to be any opposition.
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February 28, 1998 | From Associated Press
Moving to repair the damage from its spy agency's latest blunder, Israel made a half-hearted apology to Switzerland on Friday for trying to wiretap a suspected member of an Islamic militant group in the Swiss capital. In a letter to the Swiss president, Israel said it regretted any trouble the incident caused but noted that terrorism continues to threaten Israel's security and the stability of the Middle East.
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