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April 8, 1993 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Should Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa offer to use Japanese foreign aid to help President Clinton rebuild America? That question is the subject of an intense debate in Japanese government circles these days as officials prepare for the first meeting of the two leaders in Washington next week. In what could be a kind of test balloon, the government Export-Import Bank of Japan will announce today its decision to help finance the building of a coal-loading terminal in Los Angeles harbor.
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April 8, 1993 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Should Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa offer to use Japanese foreign aid to help President Clinton rebuild America? That question is the subject of an intense debate in Japanese government circles these days as officials prepare for the first meeting of the two leaders in Washington next week. In what could be a kind of test balloon, the government Export-Import Bank of Japan will announce today its decision to help finance the building of a coal-loading terminal in Los Angeles harbor.
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May 15, 2003 | Mark Fineman, Times Staff Writer
From attacking American soldiers to sabotaging Iraq's power grid, well-armed remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime are waging a campaign that is stalling the United States' reconstruction efforts and undermining popular support for its presence in Iraq, senior U.S. civilian and military officials here say. "There are still regime elements out there that are actively, aggressively seeking to impede, discredit or disrupt coalition operations," Army Lt. Gen. David McKiernan, commander of U.S.
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September 11, 1988
FICTION SHOWDOWN by Jorge Amado ; translated from the Portuguese by Gregory Rabassa (Bantam Books) The Brazilian writer's 22nd novel chronicles the founding of the Bahian frontier city of Tocaia Grande and the lives of some of its colorful inhabitants. LIBRA by Don DeLillo (Viking) DeLillo's novel works as an imagined biography of the elusive Lee Harvey Oswald and the events in his life that led up to President Kennedy's assassination.
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