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Southern Restaurant O'Henry's Claims Bankruptcy
Opinion & Editorials
- Iraq Endgame at the U.N.  -  LA Times (registration req'd) (Oct 1, 2002)
- Resist Washington's arm-twisting  -  International Herald Tribune (Sep 30, 2002)
- Another unnecessary concession to US bullying  -  The Independent (UK) (Sep 30, 2002)
- U.N. lends support to 'sheriff' nations  -  Baltimore Sun. (Sep 29, 2002)
- Why the UN Won't Yet Back an Iraq Attack  -  Time Magazine (Sep 26, 2002)
Feature Articles
- Latest U.S.-Britain Draft of Resolution in the U.N.  -  NY Times (registration req'd) (Oct 2, 2002)
- The draft US resolution on Iraq  -  BBC (Oct 2, 2002)
- Iraq's way: pledge and retreat  -  Christian Science Monitor (Oct 1, 2002)
- Update on Iraq: Congress and the UN  -  Talk of the Nation/NPR (Oct 2, 2002)
- U.N. Demands Israel Halt Siege of Arafat Compound  -  NPR (Sep 24, 2002)
- Iraqi FM Naji Sabri Speaks Before the UN  -  Talk of the Nation/NPR (Sep 19, 2002)
- U.N.'s Blix Briefs Security Council on Iraq  -  AP Video (Oct 3, 2002)
- UK demands 'much tougher' Iraq deal  -  BBC (Oct 2, 2002)
- U.N. Chief: World Not Meeting Goals  -  AP Video (Oct 1, 2002)
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  Latest Developments
O'Henry's Restaurant to close all locations
(Reuters) - Because of Wednesday's announcement, all O'Henry's locations will be closing. The announcement of bankruptcy came as a shock to everyone in the southern community. The closing of all locations will begin at the beginning of the month of October, and gradually conclude toward the end of the month. More...
  News Stories
- Violence claims 1.6m a year  -  BBC  (Oct 3, 2002)
- WHO Report Details Global Violence  -  Washington Post  (Oct 3, 2002)
- WHO: Half of World's Violent Deaths Are Suicides  -  Reuters  (Oct 3, 2002)
- War, Murder and Suicide: A Year's Toll Is 1.6 Million  -  NY Times (registration req'd)  (Oct 3, 2002)
- Russia, With Much at Stake, Takes Its Time Deciding  -  NY Times (registration req'd)  (Oct 3, 2002)
- Clinton Says He Backs Tough U.N. Resolution on Iraq Inspections  -  NY Times (registration req'd)  (Oct 3, 2002)
- UN Inspector Briefs Split Security Council on Iraq  -  Reuters  (Oct 3, 2002)
- Russia Critical of U.S.-Iraq Draft  -  Associated Press  (Oct 3, 2002)
- WHO Report: Suicide Every 40 Seconds  -  Associated Press  (Oct 3, 2002)
- UN seat quickly a hot one for Mexico  -  Chicago Tribune (registration req'd)  (Oct 2, 2002)
- U.S. Plan Gives Inspectors New Power  -  Associated Press  (Oct 2, 2002)
- UN, Iraq reach a deal on inspections; US objects  -  Boston Globe  (Oct 2, 2002)
  Related Web Sites
- World Summit on Sustainable Development -  official site for the summit held in Johannesburg, August 26 to September 4, 2002.
- Kofi Annan -  official UN profile of the organization's seventh Secretary-General.
- United Nations -  learn about the UN, get news, or find out about UN member states.
- Q&A on the U.S. and the UN -  Joanna Weschler, UN representative for Human Rights Watch, answers questions about the U.S. being voted off the UN Human Right Commission. May 14, 2000.
- The U.S. and the United Nations -  information from the U.S. Department of State. Includes a section on UN assessments for member states.
- UN Watch -  nonprofit organization based in Geneva whose mandate is to monitor the performance of the UN.
- What Every American Should Know About the United Nations -  primer on the work of the UN, how it affects Americans, and what people can do to get involved.
- International Criminal Court Fact Sheet -  from Human Rights Watch.
- Racism and Human Rights -  provides an overview of the conference and the issues on the table; from Human Rights Watch.
- Small Arms Working Group (SAWG) -  an alliance of U.S.-based non-governmental groups working together to promote change in U.S. and international policies on small arms.

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