U.N. Passes Resolution Against Syria



UN Council Adopts Tough Resolution Against Syria

The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously on Monday in favor of a tough resolution demanding Syria cooperate with a U.N. probe into the death of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri or face possible punitive measures. (Reuters)

Death of Syrian Minister Leaves A Sect Adrift in Time of Strife

Long-ruling Alawite sect's leaders question death of interior minister during U.N. probe of assassination of Hariri. (Washington Post)


India Sees Foreign Link to Attack

India says there is evidence that foreign militants were involved in Saturday's bomb attacks in Delhi, in which at least 62 people died. (BBC)

Police Trace Phone Records in Hunt for Delhi Bombers

Police in India were today scanning millions of mobile phone records in their hunt for the perpetrators of the Delhi market bombings, as the death toll rose to 62. (The Times)

New Delhi Police Doubt a Boast; Shoppers Back, a Day After Blasts

A little-known militant outfit in the disputed Kashmir province took responsibility for the string of bombs that killed 59 people. (NY Times)


French Judge Tells of Alleged Terror Plot

A suspected close associate of al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al Zarqawi has told investigators of a plot to shoot down planes in France with missiles, a French judicial official said Friday. (AP)


'Drug Lord' Arrested in Colombia

Police in Colombia have arrested an alleged leader of a powerful drug cartel who is wanted in the US for drug trafficking and money laundering. (BBC)


Hicks 'Raped On US Ship, Met Bin Laden'

Terror suspect David Hicks has told the Australian Federal Police that he met Osama bin Laden and trained with al Qaeda but was horrified by the September 11 attacks and could not leave Afghanistan because the border was shut. (The Age)



U.S. Soldiers Charged in Afghan Case

Two U.S. soldiers have been charged with assault for allegedly punching two detainees in the chest, shoulders and stomach at a military base in Afghanistan, the military said Sunday. (Washington Post)

Trial Begins For Qaeda Suspect in Bush Plot

Lawyers for a U.S. man accused of plotting to kill President George W. Bush will being to try to convince a jury on Monday that their client was forced to admit to the plot by Saudi officials who tortured him, though a judge has said he doubts the story of abuse. (Reuters)


Britain Ruins Italian Trial of Terror Suspect: Press

Britain is responsible for the collapse of an Italian trial of a terror suspect, by failing to extradite him in time, the Times daily reported. (AFP)


Pentagon Counts Iraqi Casualties

About 26,000 Iraqis have been killed or injured in militant attacks since January 2004, the Pentagon says. (BBC)

At Least 40 Killed As US Hunts Al Qaeda Leader

At least 40 people were killed and 20 injured when US aircraft bombed a house near the Syrian border in what the US military said was a precision strike on an al-Qaeda leader. (Reuters)

Gunmen Kill Iraqi Cabinet Adviser in Baghdad

Gunmen assassinated an adviser to the cabinet of Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and wounded the country's deputy trade minister. (NY Times)

Funds Fade, Deaths Rise as Iraq Rebuilding Lags

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