Exclusive: Iran Nuclear Bomb Could Be Possible by 2009

IRAN

Exclusive: Iran Nuclear Bomb Could Be Possible by 2009

Iran has more than tripled its ability to produce enriched uranium in the last three months, adding some 1,000 centrifuges which are used to separate radioactive particles from the raw material. (ABC News)

PAKISTAN

Qaeda Is Seen As Restoring Leadership

As Al Qaeda rebuilds in Pakistan's tribal areas, a new generation of leaders has emerged under Osama bin Laden to cement control over the network's operations, according to American intelligence and counterterrorism officials. (NY Times)

Battle Brews Over Rule By Military In Pakistan

For weeks, lawyers in black suits have paraded through the streets of Pakistan's cities, demanding that Gen. Pervez Musharraf step down as president. But it is Musharraf's other job -- as head of the army -- that rankles the protesters most. (Washington Post)

IRAN/U.K.

All UK Captives Say Entered Illegally: Iran Media

All 15 British navy personnel held by Iran have admitted entering Iranian waters illegally, a Tehran news agency said on Monday, but Iran indicated a softer line by saying it would not air film of their "confessions." (Reuters)

All UK Captives Say Entered Illegally: Iran Media

All 15 British navy personnel held by Iran have admitted entering Iranian waters illegally, a Tehran news agency said on Monday, but Iran indicated a softer line by saying it would not air film of their "confessions." (Reuters)

IRAQ NEWS

Bodies of 19 Kidnapped Men Found in Iraq

The bodies of 19 civilians kidnapped by gunmen at a fake checkpoint north of Baghdad were found on Monday, Iraqi police and hospital sources said. (Reuters)

Bomber Kills 13 in Kirkuk, Wounds Dozens

A suicide truck bomber targeted a police station in the oil-rich northern city of Kirkuk on Monday, killing at least 13 people and wounding dozens, including many children from a nearby school, police said. (AP)

3 Dead As Car Explodes in Baghdad

A car parked in a garage exploded Monday in Baghdad, killing at least three people and wounding 10, police said. (AP)

Death Penalty Sought For Iraq's "Chemical Ali"

Iraqi prosecutors sought the death penalty for Saddam Hussein's cousin, widely known as Chemical Ali, when they presented closing arguments on Monday in a trial for genocide against ethnic Kurds in the late 1980s. (Reuters)

AFGHANISTAN

Taliban Deploys 'Thousands' of Suicide Bombers

Thousands of Taliban suicide bombers have been deployed across Afghanistan to attack Western troops and the government, the group's military chief said on Monday. (Reuters)

Children Killed In Afghan Attack

Four children have been killed and six injured in a suicide car bomb attack on an Afghan army convoy in eastern Afghanistan, police say. (BBC)

U.S.

Results of the ABC News '20/20' Undercover Pharmacy Investigation

For the last two months, a team of "20/20" producers fanned out across four states to conduct an undercover field test of prescription dispensing at the country's best known chain drug stores. (ABC News)

ABC Story Leads to Deluge of Pharmacy Error Reports

Hundreds of readers and viewers have reported pharmacy errors in the wake of an ABC News investigative report on what some fear is an unreported epidemic of such errors at large chain drugstores. (ABC News)

SAUDI ARABIA

Saudis Claim 80% Success in Re-Educating Al-Qaida Militants

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