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1.Japanese PM Vows to Press Forward with Economic Revitalization Plans
2.Japan-Russia Talks Begin Friday
3.Ivorian Rebels to Attend Paris Talks
4.Japanese Prime Minister Calls for Abolition of All Nuclear Weapons
5.Thousands Stage Anti-War Protest in Los Angeles
6.Lieberman Joins Expanding Field of Democratic Presidential Candidates
7.Koizumi Criticized for Shrine Visit

8.Mugabe Rejects Reports of his Retirement
9.Palestinian Reform Meeting Begins in Britain

10.Palestinian Reform Talks End in London
11.Turkish Cypriots Demonstrate for Reunification of Divided Island
12.South Korea Gives Cold Welcome to Japanese Official
13.Group Sets Up Literacy Centers for Afghan Women
14.India May Have Agreement to Buy Russian Sea-Based Nuclear Technology

15.Senior Indonesian Police Official Sentenced for East Timor Violence
16.Bush to Tackle Terrorism in State of The Union Address
17.Thousands March in Abidjan to Oppose Ivory Coast Peace Accord

18.Israel on Security Alert Ahead of Tuesday Vote
19.Indonesian Court Acquits Laskar Jihad Leader

20.Palestinian Activists Arrested in West Bank
21.Thailand Evacuates Its Citizens From Phnom Penh
22.Explosives Cause Blast at Indonesian National Police Headquarters
23.Gas Shortage Intensifies in Mexico
24.Indonesia Seeks Solution to North Korean Nuclear Crisis
25.Ivory Coast President Ready to Implement Peace Accord
26.Philippines: Muslim Rebels Briefly Take Dozens of Hostages

27.UN Chief Weapons Inspectors to Visit Baghdad Saturday
28.UN Completes Mission in Angola
29.US Raises Terror Threat Level to 'High'
30.Venezuelans Rally, Sign Petition for Early Elections

31.Human Rights Activist Savors Victory in Egypt's Appeals Court

32..US Announces Stepped-Up Homeland Security Measures'

33.Arafat Asks Mahmoud Abbas to Accept PM1 Position

34.Congress Told US Soldiers Ready to Deal with Chemical, Biological 1Treats

Congress Told US Soldiers Ready to Deal with Chemical, Biological 1Treats
36.More Violence1, Arrests During Zimbabwe2 General Strike
37.Eid al-Adha Celebrations Marked in Jakarta

38.Why Did UN Diplomacy1 Fail?
39.Pentagon: Early Strikes Aim at Setting the Stage

40.Red Cross1 Urges Respect for Geneva Conventions2 in Iraq War
41.US Anti-war1 Demonstrators2 to Continue Protests After War Starts
42.Anti-War Protests Continue Worldwide
43..US Christians Differ in Approach to War with Iraq