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STOP HACKING AND PHISHING: Hackers Rev Up for Weekend Attack.

Wed Jul 2, 5:00 PM ET

Paul Roberts, IDG News Service

An international hacking contest scheduled to begin this weekend could disrupt the Internet and cause headaches for organizations worldwide, warn security consultants with Internet Security Systems.

• Microsoft Asks Colleges to Teach Hacking

• Are Windows Broadband Users at Risk?

Missed Tech Tuesday? You can still learn to guard against spyware with software and surfing tips.

...Caution Urged Though the contest and Web page may be a joke, ISS has noticed an increase in reconnaissance and probing scans of Web sites that may be connected to the contest, Allor says. Malicious hackers may be scouting out high-value systems, or even compromising them in advance so they'll be easy to deface once the contest begins, he says.

ISS recommends that organizations deactivate unneeded public-facing Web servers and turn off any unnecessary services on other Web servers. In addition, Webmasters should apply any necessary software patches to potentially vulnerable machines, Allor says.

Recently disclosed software vulnerabilities that have not yet been patched are attractive targets for hackers, he adds.

WORLD PEACE PROCESS!...Oppose funding for terrorism! <a href="http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/8148675.htm?template=contentModules/emailstory.jsp">MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY and HIS LIFE STORY by Jessie Moses.

 [Global Peace Process-A Graphical Approach.] New Page 1

Coming soon to a computer near you, the e-book, "West Indies cricket captain Brian Lara Wrote History on April 12th, 2004!" by Jessie Moses.

Read the book: Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, Oxford University Press Publisher-Cost $5.95 U.S.!

Did the lawyer eat a piece of the saltfish pie too?

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Dangerous Occupation In Iraq...ANACONDA OPERATIONS

 [President Bush visited Iraq for Thanksgiving Day!]



 [President Charles Taylor of Liberia].
Type "MILITARY GENERALS In WAR" in the textbox below, and you will see what happened in the country Liberia, Africa!

 [Faces of President Taylor and wife in exile!...President Charles Taylor of Liberia]


 [An injured civilian in war.]
Who Kidnapped Juan and Killed Hurricane Derrick?... READ "CONTRACT MURDER AND/Or SUMMARY COMPENSATION With A Secret Clause !" by Jessie Moses.

Jessie Moses and John's International School.
Copyright(C). All Rights Reserved. (1998-2004)

    Computer Hacking Is A Crime!




           [This page is a dedication to mothers who work all day and night to make it happen-Read the bookGreat Expectations by Charles Dickens, Oxford University Press Publisher-Cost $5.95!...This author charts the progress of Pip from childhood through often painful experiences to adulthood, as he moves from the Kent marshes to busy, commercial London, encountering a variety of extraordinary characters ranging from Magwich, the escaped convict, to Miss Havisham, living with beautiful Estella. Mr. Joe Gargery was married to Ms. Joe Gargery and Pip was his "nephew". Did Joe marry one of his sisters?

          Copyright Laws...Reproduction of works without the authorization of the copyright owner is prohibited. The Copyright Act of Trinidad And Tobago Act No. 8 of 1997.

            [Births And Deaths Registry.]

             [This is a pregnant soldier.]

            <a href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/spanishjudgeinternationalwarrant.html">The Global War Against Terrorism!
            Terrorism cast its lethal shadow across the globe--yet the
            world's resolve to defeat it has never been greater. . . . This chilling report
            details the very clear and present danger that terrorism poses to the world and
            the efforts that the United States and our partners in the international
            community are making to defeat it. The cold, hard facts presented here compel
            the world's continued vigilance and concerted action.

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            Yahoo! Photo Reuters Photo
            Jackson Charged With Child Molestation
            (AP) - Michael Jackson was formally charged with child molestation Thursday, setting the stage for what could become one of the most sensational celebrity trials this Internet-wired, 24-hour-cable world has ever seen. The charging documents specified seven counts alleging lewd or lascivious acts upon a child under 14 and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent.


               [This is a paratrooper in the sky-French Legion Soldiers.] EXCERPTS FROM WRITERS ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB WAR POWER-PROJECT AGAINST COMPUTER TERRORISM AND GENDER TERRORISM ...LET FREEDOM RING FOR TEENAGE BOYS.<HR> <br><br> <br><B><center><FONT face=Arial color="red" size=4>About the Webpage.<BR></FONT></B><FONT face=Arial size=3></center> <TABLE WIDTH="680" BORDER="0" CELLSPACING="0" CELLPADDING="0" HEIGHT="244"> </SELECT><input type="button" onClick="location=document.jump.menu.options[document.jump.menu.selectedIndex].value;" value="CLICK ALL LINKS ON THIS PAGE TO SURF THE WEBSITE!"><p></P></form> <TABLE WIDTH="680" BORDER="0" CELLSPACING="0" CELLPADDING="0" HEIGHT="244"> <TR> <TD WIDTH="35%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="blue" HEIGHT="225" align="justify"> <FORM NAME="jump"><SELECT NAME="menu"> <OPTION SELECTED>Scroll Down On The Arrow and CLICK GO TO RESEARCH!... 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READ "CONTRACT MURDER AND/Or SUMMARY COMPENSATION With A Secret Clause !" by Jessie Moses.</A> | <A href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/cgi-bin/warterrorism.html"><img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/HLPGLOBE.gif">A Roadmap To Peace?</A> | <A href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/6yearboycriesusmarine.jpg"><img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/HLPGLOBE.gif">Children's Voices in War...NINOS ENCONTRANDO NINOS Y PADRES!</A>| <HR align=left> </FONT> <P></P></TD> <TD WIDTH="33%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="red"> <br></TABLE> <br><br><br><br><ul></ul><font color=white><font></a> <br><h5> [HISTORY UPDATE-Bones of Dinosaurs are still found in museums.] <br> <img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/yellowredflagofspain.jpg"></img> <br> <center><img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/3childrencrimedrowning.jpg"></center></img> <br><br><ul></ul><font color=red><font> <br> <br><br><br><a href="http://www.nato.int/"><center><img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/21gunsalutevetsday.bmp"></center></a></img><br><br><BR><a href="http://lava.nationalgeographic.com/cgi-bin/pod/PhotoOfTheDay.cgi?day=12&month=5&year=01"></img> <br><br><ul></ul><font color=red><font> <br> <a href="http://www.nato.int/structur/countries.htm"><br><h5> [This is the National Flag of Spain below and Nato Member Countries...Click For U.S. Marines In Rota, Spain.]</a> <br><a href="http://www.bcentral.com/resources/networking.asp?cobrand=msn&LID=3800"> <BR><br><h5> <center>[This is a first experience of snow in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.A. CLICK ALL LINKS-IMAGES AND WORDS]</center> <br><a href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/usamapgradintelligence.html"><h5><br><img src="/biz/espanausalink/images/WhiteWiz.gif">I love my daddy! <br><br><a href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/images/dz.jpg"><center></center> <br> <img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/camel.bmp"><a<BR><a href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/snowjessieinphillie.jpg"><img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/camel.bmp"></img><a<br><img src="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/lionkingandsimba.bmp"><a<br><br><br><a href="http://www.geocities.com/jessiemoses/index.html"><center><h5> [Click for photos on the war against sexual abuse of boys and unlawful carnal knowledge against the order of nature...A paedophile priest betrayed the trust of boys. He used alcohol to lure teenage boys. This happens all around the world where sick deviants gratify their sexual lust against girls too!. This is an example of crimes against humanity.]</center></a><br> <br><B><center><FONT face=Arial color="red" size=4>About the Webpage.<BR></FONT></B><FONT face=Arial size=3></center> </SELECT><input type="button" onClick="location=document.jump.menu.options[document.jump.menu.selectedIndex].value;" value="CLICK LINKS TO SEARCH"><p></P></form> <P align=justify><B><FONT COLOR="red" SIZE="2" FACE="Arial">LOST FOSTER CHILDREN.<BR> </FONT></B><FONT face=Arial size=2> <TABLE WIDTH="680" BORDER="0" CELLSPACING="0" CELLPADDING="0" HEIGHT="244"> <TR> <TD WIDTH="35%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR=white HEIGHT="225" align="justify"> <FORM NAME="jump"><SELECT NAME="menu"> <OPTION SELECTED><a href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/searchengines.htm">WORLDWIDE CAUTION FOR U.S.A. 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CITIZENS LIVING ABROAD. <OPTION VALUE="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/index.html">INNOVATIVE WEAPONS SEIZED BY POLICE AND MILITARY UNIFORM. <OPTION VALUE="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/index.html">A SEARCH FOR GOD via THE BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON! <OPTION VALUE="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/index.html">PRESIDENT BUSH <OPTION VALUE="http://www.msnbc.com/news/980084.asp?0sl=-10">A CATHOLIC PRIEST, MOM AND A BOY! <OPTION VALUE="http://www.9-11commission.gov">9-11-2001 WAR ON TWIN TOWERS IN MANHATTAN, NEW YORK. <OPTION VALUE="http://www.geocities.com/jessiemoses/Worldwidetravelcautionusacitizens.htm">TEACH AND LEARN TRAVEL PRECAUTIONS WITH THE INTERNET!...MORALS AND VALUES IN EDUCATION.<OPTION VALUE="http://www.findarticles.com">GENDER ROLES AND BIRTHDAY BOY! ..."Let God's Will Be Done" says John-John. </SELECT><input type="button" onClick="location=document.jump.menu.options[document.jump.menu.selectedIndex].value;" value="CLICK HYPERLINKS TO SEARCH"><p></P></form> <P align=justify><B><FONT COLOR="red SIZE="3" FACE="Arial">LOST PROTECTED FOSTER CHILDREN AND LIBEL LAWSUITS PENDING.<BR> </FONT></B><FONT face=Arial size=3><A href="http://www.geocities.com/jessiemoses/index.html">DEAD SOLDIERS IN IRAQ AND DAMAGED CIVILIANS FOR COMPENSATION.</A> <B> | </B> <A href="http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/td.html">FACTS ABOUT TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL STUDIES (GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY) .</A> <B> | </B> <A href="http://www.geocities.com/jessiemoses/MeasurementandEvaluation.htm">ASSESSMENT OF WAR ...INFILTRATION IN TRINIDAD ...WAR AGAINST STATUTORY RAPE OF "MEN" AND KIDNAPPING OF BOYS BY FORCE! </a> <HR align=left> </FONT> <P></P> <P align=justify><B><FONT face=Arial color=red size=3>Social Educational Services<BR></FONT></B></a> <FONT face=Arial size=4><br> <A href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/skincarespecialist/ThanksgivingmessageBush2003.html">Thanksgiving Day Year 2003 Proclamation by President George Bush!-A Speech.</A> <B> | </B> <A href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/index.html"> Research LOST AND FOUND SOLDIERS-A MASS GRAVE/SUMMARY KILLINGS AND CONTRACTUAL DOCUMENTS.</A> <B> | </B> <A href="http://www.angelfire.com/biz/espanausalink/computerquiz.html">OBJECTIVES OF WEB PAGE...SOCIAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM.</A> <B> | </B> <a href="http://www.msnbc.com/news/980084.asp?0sl=-10">THIS HOME PAGE SEARCH ENGINE.</A> <B> <HR align=left> </B> </FONT> <P></P> <br> <br><br><br><ul></ul><font color=red><font> <br> <TITLE>The Global War Against Terrorism!

                BIRTHDAY MUSIC. | WOMEN IN WAR


                 [UPDATE-New Attacks Planned Daily by Al-Qaeda!].

                 [PHILOSOPHY UPDATE-New Attacks Planned Daily by Al-Qaeda!...The Triumph of Death Over Life!]


                Social Services To The Rescue.

                The Global War Against Terrorism!

                 [This is the Birthday Tune Of Spain/U.S.A/Trinidad etc...played by the birthday boy!]

                The Role Of the Appeal Court and Family Court (Low Court) vs. The Nato International Criminal Court ( High Court)and Surrogate Courts in International "Family" Conflicts.
                Citation: Lost And Found-The Adoption Experience by Betty Jean Lifton(Author of Twice Born)

                The author is concerned not just with adoptees but with the experience of adoptive parents and birth parents.


                  [This is the Death Penalty For Military Combatants in any of the Nato Member Countries...Click For War Crimes Tribunals]

                  Working in groups of three, look at the following eight photographs, and choose at least six of them. Arrange them in an order that makes a good story with a happy ending. Discuss the development of the story in the group and invent details that you need. Then, working individually write(type) the story in the textbox above or below. Click this link for more photos and slide shows.
                  I learnt a lot in class today!CLICK THIS LINK!

                  Trinidad is a happy place with milk(American) and honey!

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                  What Is Critical Thinking

                  The aim of Critical Thinking is to promote independent thinking, personal autonomy and reasoned judgment in thought and action.
                  This involves 2 related dimensions – (1) the ability to reason well and (2) the disposition to do so.



                  SEARCH ENGINE TOOL.

                   [This is the Special Camel Operation used against the enemy in Iraq.]

                  Microsoft Releases New 'Critical' Patches

                  By Brian Krebs, washingtonpost.com Staff Writer

                  Microsoft Corp. today released an unprecedented number of software security updates to plug flaws in its products, including seven "critical" defects that it said hackers could use to hijack vulnerable computers running the Windows operating system.

                  Your Boss Is Watching Top privacy myths, work e-mails you shouldn't send, and why your personal e-mail isn't private, either. The free updates, available at Microsoft's Windows Update Web site, are designed to fix at least 21 new vulnerabilities, several of which reside on nearly every version of the Windows operating system and affect hundreds of millions of computers. Microsoft rated seven of the flaws critical, its most dire warning, saying that the holes could allow attackers to take control of affected PCs just by convincing users to visit certain Web sites. Three of the flaws reside on the company's Internet Explorer Web browser. "I've never seen Microsoft release this many patches at one time," said Darwin Herdman, chief technology officer at Red Siren, a Pittsburgh based Internet security company. "The install base for these flaws is enormous." Oliver Friedrichs, senior manager of security response at Cupertino, Calif.-based Internet security company Symantec Corp., said he is worried about a group of four flaws in the way Windows processes images and other digital content. These vulnerabilities, which apply to nearly all versions of Windows, pose the greatest danger for Windows home users, Friedrichs said. Other computer experts worried about the security holes affecting software products mainly used in large and mid-sized business. Russ Cooper, chief scientist at Herndon, Va.-based TruSecure Corp., pointed to the patch intended to plug a critical software flaw in Microsoft's Server 2003 operating system and Exchange Server 2003, a program that manages incoming and outgoing e-mail. The flaw in Exchange could allow hackers to take control over unsuspecting computer users' mail servers, forcing the computers to send spam and "phishing" e-mail scams. "There are all kinds of bad things you could do with this flaw since Exchange servers are installed in some pretty high-profile companies," Cooper said. Nearly all of the patches released today that affect Windows XP (news - web sites) -- the operating system of choice of more than 200 million home computer users -- were included in Service Pack 2, a massive security update Microsoft released in August. Consequently, XP users who have installed Service Pack 2 only must install two of the patches made available Tuesday. One of those patches covers an Internet Explorer security hole rated "important" by Microsoft. The other is a re-release of a fix Microsoft released last month to mend a problem in the way the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office products process digital image files that could let attackers take control of affected PCs. Hackers have been exploiting the problem to conduct relatively minor attacks for weeks now. Microsoft said it re-issued the patch because it did not install properly on many PCs. That re-issue also was designed to make it easier for people to install last month's fix. The September patch was included in Service Pack 2, and was made available through Microsoft's Windows Update site and its automatic update service. But many security experts criticized Microsoft for not making it clear that people with Office XP installed still needed to visit Microsoft's Office Update Web site to install an additional fix to be completely protected. As a result of that feedback, Microsoft has agreed to make this particular patch for its Office XP patch available via its Windows Update site, said Stephen Toulouse, Microsoft's security program manager. Toulouse said Microsoft plans to roll out a one-stop Microsoft Update site sometime next year that provides automatic updates for all of the company's products from a single source.


                    Bomb at Italian Base in Iraq Kills 14

                    By ANJA NIEDRINGHAUS, Associated Press Writer
                    NASIRIYAH, Iraq - A truck bomb exploded at the headquarters of Italy's paramilitary police in this southern city on Wednesday, killing at least 14 Italians and possibly trapping others in the debris.
                    the main blast.

                    This is the National Cultural Bullfighter of Spain ...Click for a history of cultural violence.

                     [This is a statue of Virgen de Macarena seen in museums.]

                     [This is the 9-11-2001 Disaster in New York City!].

                     [UPDATE-New Attacks Planned Daily by Al-Qaeda!]

                     [This is an example of sabotage on an oil pipeline and rig...CLICK FOR SEARCH ENGINES.]

                       [This is a sea-mine searching dolphin used in Iraq...Sea Ports Are Protected IN IRAQ by the Marines/Coast Guard].
                       [This shows the use of canine bomb-sniffing dogs used in Iraq
                       [Bomb-sniffing dogs are trained to detect explosive devices and substances such as gunpowder.]

                       [This is airport security technology used around the world.]

                       [This shows the use of camels in Iraq by weary soldiers.]

                       [PHILOSOPHY UPDATE-A Birthday Boy Plays The Birthday Tune!...The Triumph of Life Over Death!]

                       [PHILOSOPHY UPDATE-New Attacks Planned Daily by Al-Qaeda!...The Triumph of Death Over Life!]

                      A TECHNOLOGY PLAN!
                        JESSIE MOSES BSc., Ed.Dip., MSc-Computers in Education Author and Publisher)Copyright (c) 2002-2004

                         [This is the jaw of Anaconda snake operation used against the enemy in Spain at Xmas-time, Trinidad and America

                         [This is the jaws of Anaconda snake operation used as a preventative measure against the enemy in Trinidad and America]<
                        Working in groups of three, look at the following eight photographs, and choose at least six of them. Arrange them in an order that makes a good story with a happy ending. Discuss the development of the story in the group and invent details that you need. Then, working individually write(type) the story in the textbox above or below. Click this link for more photos and slide shows.

                        Spelling Test-War Vocabulary


                          combat ready, sick, Pilot , Tornado, ,air-to-air combat, ground-attack , military support or humanitarian aid missions, helicopter, Pilot, search-and-rescue missions, troops , equipment, human capital, children, hospital-ship, healthcare,war-ship, passport, causation, Al Qaeda, sabotage, terrorism, suicide bomber,strategy Samson and Delilah, weapons, arsenal, Saddam Hussein, fugitive, fighter-pilot, special operations.

                           [WAR LANGUAGE REVISION-AL-QAEDA NETWORK]
                          psychological warfare

                          UPDATED ON March 19th. 2003 ..."D-DAY" for BAGHDAD AND PRESIDENT SADDAM Hussain!

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                            Who Kidnapped Juan and Killed Hurricane Derrick?... READ "CONTRACT MURDER AND/Or SUMMARY COMPENSATION With A Secret Clause !" by Jessie Moses.
                            Last Updated October 2nd. 2003!
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                              Iran put on show its new Shahab-3 ballistic missiles in a military parade, with the rockets sporting slogans including "We will crush America under our feet" and "Israel must be wiped off the map".

                              N.M Teachers on Leave Over War Protests.

                               [IT'S NECESSARY TO USE EDUCATION AS A TOOL TO FIGHT CRIME!].

                               [PHILOSOPHY UPDATE-New Attacks Planned Daily by Al-Qaeda!...The Triumph of Death Over Life!]

                              THE DEATH OF AN INTERNET CRIME FAMILY NETWORK-Al-Qaeda, etc....John Gotti of New York died in the year 2002!

                                  Site designed and developed by Jessie Moses, Professional Computer Educator. BSc.,MSc., ED.dip. You may type in the text boxes seen above and below!
                                  • Slide show: War begins in Trinidad against crime-A Tobago police-man jumped over a 25 feet bridge in Couva Trinidad. He was shot by 6 unmasked gun-men who disarmed him! It was reported that police removed his CD's from his car at the crime scene. Where is the evidence? Who are the witnesses?

                                   [WAR LANGUAGE REVISION-AL-QAIDA NETWORK]
                                  The U.S. military on Thursday released graphic after-death photographs in an effort to prove to Iraqis that Saddam Hussein’s feared sons, Odai and Qusai, were killed in a fierce gunbattle this week. The photos were released as coalition forces were warned to expect an increase in the attacks that have killed numerous soldiers — including three on Thursday who died when their convoy was hit by gunfire and rocket-propelled grenades in northern Iraq.

                                  by JESSIE MOSES Copyright (C)
                                   [Jessie Moses].
                                  All rights reserved.

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                                      New email address is jessiemoses@37.com. LET FREEDOM RING!...IMAGES OF FRIENDSHIP AND NATO ALLIANCE!
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                                      WASHINGTON - In the shadow of the next Supreme Court vacancy and critical votes this week, a dozen senators are racing the clock to forge a deal on the future of the filibuster that would avert a showdown over President Bush's judicial nominees. But a compromise remained elusive even among that like-minded group. "We are running out of time," one of the negotiators, Sen. Lindsey Graham (news, bio, voting record), R-S.C., said Sunday on CNN's "Late Edition."
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                                                             In response to a question about the importance of capturing Saddam, Bush said: “The definition for victory is for there to be a free and peaceful Iraq. And yes, we’d like to capture or kill him, as well. And we will at some point in time.”
                                                         The alleged Saddam audiotape, meanwhile, called for Iraqi men and women to step up their fight against the U.S. occupation.
                                                         “You Mujahedeen, Iraqis and women, increase your attacks on your enemies,” the voice said. It sounded like Saddam’s, but there was no way to independently verify who the speaker was.
                                                         The man called on U.S. forces to withdraw from Iraq immediately.
                                                         “We call on you to withdraw your armies as soon as possible and without any conditions or restrictions, because there is no reason for you to suffer more losses, which will be disastrous for the Americans,” he said, claiming that the recording was made in “mid-September.”
                                                         The man also called on Iraqis to protest against occupation in the streets, to “beat the walls in protest” and to donate money to the resistance.
                                                         The last purported Saddam tape was broadcast Sept. 1 by the Al-Jazeera television network, and the CIA said it was likely authentic.
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                                                         Al-Arabiya news editor Aymen Gaballah said the new tape was received Wednesday in Baghdad. As usual, he said, someone called the Al-Arabiya office and said he had a tape of Saddam.
                                                         He said the tape was aired in its entirety, 14 minutes.
                                                         Speaking with long pauses between thoughts and with the sound of papers rustling as if reading the message, the voice sounded to experienced ears to be that of Saddam, who sounded very tired.
                                                         U.S. forces in Iraq have been plagued by guerrilla attacks blamed on Saddam’s followers since he was ousted in April, hampering efforts to rebuild the country.
                                                         In an interview published Wednesday, the commander of the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq, Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, told The Times newspaper of London that U.S. soldiers now also faced revenge attacks from ordinary Iraqis angered by the occupation.

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                                                            North Korea said Thursday it is using plutonium extracted from 8,000 spent nuclear fuel rods to make atomic weapons, a move that could dramatically escalate tensions on the Korean peninsula and strengthen its hand in negotiations with the United States.

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                                                                Iran put on show its new Shahab-3 ballistic missiles in a military parade, with the rockets sporting slogans including "We will crush America under our feet" and "Israel must be wiped off the map".

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                                                                    Presidential Elections - AP Bush, Kerry Seek Boost From Final Debate 1 minute ago By NEDRA PICKLER, Associated Press Writer SANTA FE, N.M. - President Bush (news - web sites) and Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites) are likely to reach into their arsenals of statistics to bolster arguments about economic and domestic issues during the final presidential debate Wednesday night. AP Photo AFP Slideshow: Election Debates Latest Headlines: · Bush, Kerry Seek Boost From Final Debate AP - 1 minute ago · Bush, Kerry blasted for "free lunch" deficit plans AFP - 21 minutes ago · National Rifle Association Endorses Bush AP - 23 minutes ago -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All Election Coverage How many jobs have been lost and created, who is covered and who is left uninsured by medical plans, and who will pay more in taxes and who will pay less are key areas of contention between the two campaigns. With viewers expected to number in the tens of millions, the confrontation will draw the last huge audience they can expect before Election Day. "These are the debates where actually the evidence matters. The president and his team can go around and say anything," Kerry adviser Joe Lockhart told "The Early Show" on CBS. "Evidence matters. That's why John Kerry wins these debates and George Bush (news - web sites) loses them." The president is widely viewed as having performed poorly in the first debate but then battling Kerry to a draw in the second. Bush campaign manager Ken Mehlman said the president views the third and final debate at Arizona State University as an opportunity and looks forward to it. "The president knows who he is, knows what he wants to do," Mehlman told CBS, "and there's a huge difference between the president and Sen. Kerry on these important domestic issues." As the candidates prepared to discuss health care, the Kerry campaign released a 30-second ad that accuses Bush of misleading voters about the Democratic health-care plan and criticizes the president for rising costs. The National Rifle Association endorsed Bush on Wednesday, opening a last-minute campaign that will eventually spend about $20 million on behalf of the president's re-election, most of it in 10 to 15 states. The NRA contends Kerry wants to "ban guns in America," an assertion Kerry flatly denies. Although the 90-minute debate is limited to economic and domestic policy, there may be questions that allow Bush to discuss foreign policy, the war in Iraq (news - web sites) and the war against terrorism — all issues the Bush campaign thinks bodes well for him. Kerry has criticized Bush's domestic record for most of the campaign but still spent two days secluded in a New Mexico hotel trying to master the debate material. For Bush, the debate is a chance to revive in public opinion polls as the clock ticks down to Nov. 2. His job-approval rating slumped to 47 percent in a USA Today-CNN-Gallup poll published Tuesday, just one percentage point above the lowest point in his presidency, reached in May. As in the first debate, the candidates will take questions standing at lecterns. Bob Schieffer of CBS News will moderate. At a rally Tuesday in Colorado Springs, Colo., Bush mocked Kerry's credibility and said the debates so far "have highlighted the clear differences between the senator and me on issues ranging from jobs to taxes to health care to the war on terror." Bush said Kerry would have to raise taxes to pay for all of his proposals. Kerry says he would pay for them by repealing Bush's "unaffordable" tax cuts for people making more than $200,000 and scaling back other government spending. He promised during the second debate that he would not raise taxes for those who make less. "The problem is, to keep that promise, he would have to break almost all of his other ones," Bush said. "To pay for all the big spending programs he's outlined during his campaign, he will have to raise your taxes. He can run from his record, but he cannot hide." ___

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                                                                                New Page 3 U.S. Wants Security Assurance Before Saddam Transfer 1 hour, 36 minutes ago Add Top Stories - Reuters to My Yahoo! By Adam Entous WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush (news - web sites) said on Tuesday he will not hand over former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) to the interim Iraqi government until it has secure facilities in place to ensure he does not escape trial. Reuters Photo Reuters Photo Slideshow: Iraq Latest headlines: · U.S. Seeks Some Immunity for Contractors in Iraq Reuters - 13 minutes ago · Official: Cheney Not Briefed on Iraq Work AP - 25 minutes ago · Bush Touts Afghanistan as Model for Iraq Reuters - 34 minutes ago Special Coverage As an intermediate step, officials said the Bush administration was prepared to transfer "legal custody" of Saddam to the new government. But the U.S. military would continue to hold him physically until Washington is satisfied a secure Iraqi-run facility and Iraqi security forces are ready. The administration would not commit to handing over Saddam and other prisoners by the June 30 transfer of power, as asserted by interim Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi. The White House said a U.N. Security Council resolution passed last week gave U.S. forces the authority to hold prisoners deemed to be security threats after June 30. State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said international law allows prisoners of war to be detained "as long as the hostilities continue ... (and) it is quite clear at this point that hostilities continue." President Bush said the United States would not allow "lax security" to jeopardize plans for Saddam to be tried by a special tribunal -- comments that underscored the administration's lack of confidence in Iraqi security forces. "He (Saddam) is a killer. He is a thug. He needs to be brought to trial," Bush said in a Rose Garden news conference with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. "We want to make sure that he (Saddam) doesn't come back to power. And so therefore, it's a legitimate question to ask of the interim government: 'How are you going to make sure he stays in jail?' And that's the question I'm asking. And when we get the right answer, which I'm confident we will -- we'll work with them to do so -- then we'll all be satisfied," Bush said. RED CROSS URGES SPEEDY TRIAL Allawi said on Monday Saddam and other prisoners would be given to the new Iraqi government within two weeks to prepare for trial. But in a potential rift, Bush and his spokesman, Scott McClellan, were noncommittal about the timing. "We're going to turn him over at the appropriate time... We're talking to them about those issues, and about the process for turning them over," McClellan said. The International Committee of the Red Cross said prisoners of war and all other detainees in Iraq (news - web sites) are entitled to a speedy legal process after the June 30 handover. But McClellan drew a distinction between "criminal prisoners" -- which will be turned over to the interim government -- and detainees that pose a "security threat" to U.S. and allied forces. He said a June 5 letter tied to the U.N. resolution specifically states that the multinational force in Iraq is authorized to perform certain tasks, including "internment where this is necessary for imperative reasons of security." U.S. troops captured Saddam in December. He has been in U.S. custody as a prisoner of war at an unknown location. The United States has agreed to give him -- and other officials in its custody -- to the Iraqis for trial once a sovereign government sets up a special tribunal capable of conducting a fair trial after June 30. The tribunal plans to charge some of Saddam's associates by the end of this year. The proposed compromise over custody of Saddam could serve both U.S. and Iraqi interests. The United States would be assured Saddam is secure since he would remain under U.S. guard. And by transferring legal custody of Saddam to Iraqis by June 30, Washington could avoid court challenges by human rights groups. Iraqis, in turn, would have a free hand to prepare for Saddam's trial. Once a secure detention facility is ready to hold him, the United States would transfer physical custody, officials said

                                                                                Pentagon: Iraq could flood Tigris for defense Tactic was used to slow Iranian forces during Iran-Iraq War Friday, March 21, 2003 Posted: 4:24 AM EST (0924 GMT) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Story Tools --------------------------------------------------------------------------------&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. military planners are devising strategies in case the Iraqi military causes the Tigris River to flood, the Pentagon said Friday. If the Iraqi military were to release water into the Tigris from upstream reservoirs, extensive flooding could occur between Baghdad and Kut, to the south, the Pentagon said. Thousands of Iraqis could be displaced, adding to congestion on roads and requiring extensive humanitarian support. The Pentagon said Iraq used flooding to deter Iranian advances during the Iran-Iraq War.&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                "Iraq's strategy could include releasing a small amount of water from major dams and canals to interrupt maneuvering units," said a U.S. statement released early Friday. "Iraq also could cause catastrophic flooding of portions of the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys, either by releasing large amounts of water from dams or by destroying them." Although the latter could cause "major humanitarian crises in parts of Iraq, Baghdad would experience minimal damage," the statement said. Parts of southern Iraq routinely flood in March and April because of heavy rainfall and snow melting in the north. Some areas that are already under water could be impassable for four to six weeks, even without additional flooding, the Pentagon said. "The [Saddam] Hussein regime could incorporate the flooding into defensive preparations to slow the advance of coalition forces," the Pentagon said. "This tactic could force coalition units or displaced persons through flooded areas." Primary water sources for such "strategic flooding" are the Qadisiyah Dam and its Hadiyha Reservoir, the Pentagon said. Additionally, the release of water from five reservoirs -- Saddam, Dokan, Al Azim, Darbandikhan and Diyala -- could increase the flow rate of the Tigris. The rainy season is already expected to raise water levels in these dams, the Pentagon said.&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                A FEW DOZEN tents went up on Thursday morning in a camp near here, some 35 miles from the border with Iraq. Non-Iraqis fleeing from Iraq will be sheltered here, and already Thursday several dozen Sudanese workers and their families were huddling in the tents, which were being whipped by winds of 30 to 35 mph. The border area has been swept by sandstorms for the past three days. A second camp, for Iraqis, was being constructed a few miles away. Reporters visiting the border area Thursday morning found it was open, but the Jordanian military quickly ordered journalists to move away, saying a six-mile zone around the border was closed to the press. U.S. missiles hit buildings in Baghdad Iraq says civilian buildings hit, civilian killed U.S.-led forces launch ground assault Iraqi oil wells on fire White House urges Saddam to go into exile Downed U.S. helicopter returns to air U.S. sources: "Shock and awe" assault yet to come That zone includes a Jordanian military base that has been extensively renovated by the United States in recent weeks. An estimated 300 to 400 U.S. troops are at the base, officially to engage in search-and-rescue missions for downed allied pilots. • In the battle zone • Iraq interactive library • Targets in Iraq • Target Baghdad • Urban warfare • Allied deployments • The 1991 oil fires • Tools of warfare • Scuds and Arrows • World Reax • NBC: Video reports from the field • Complete coverage: Conflict with Iraq Read more dispatches from NBC News correspondents But most people here assume that the group also includes U.S. special operations forces moving into Western Iraq to search for Scud missiles, like those that were fired from this area in 1991 against Israel. ROAD FROM BAGHDAD BOMBED Some of the people who made the five-hour trip from Baghdad to Jordan Thursday said they saw evidence that the road and a fuel depot about 100 miles west of Baghdad had been bombed. Passengers on a bus said they had to drive around craters in the pavement. And several people reported seeing bodies at the fuel depot, including that of a Jordanian truck driver. Although the station is used by civilians, it could also be used by Iraqi forces moving west from Baghdad into the desert. Officials of the Red Crescent said the two refugee camps they are constructing should be adequate for 30,000 to 50,000 people, and could with difficulty handle as many as 100,000. But if the refugee population is much larger, as it was during the 1991 war, they say they would be overwhelmed.&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                Refugees will be given a blanket, a mattress, medicine and a box lunch, but it will be several days before a kitchen can be set up. Wells were drilled for water, but it was too salty, so desalination gear was brought in. Authorities say a ticket office will be set up for non-Iraqi refugees, so as many as possible can purchase transportation back to their home countries. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                • In the battlezone • Iraq interactive library • Targets in Iraq • Target Baghdad • Urban warfare • Allied deployments • Tools of warfare • Scuds and Arrows • World Reax • NBC: Video reports from the field • Complete coverage: Conflict with Iraq THE RESPONSE HAD a familiar ring, echoing the long debate over whether war with Iraq was justified. Leaders worried and lamented, protesters condemned and demonstrated, friends of the United States proclaimed that it was ugly but sadly necessary. There was just one key difference Thursday: This time, military action in Iraq wasn’t just a possibility. It was becoming real. Muslim leaders in Asia condemned the U.S. attack and said Americans would pay. A response from the 30-million-strong moderate Muhammadiyah Muslim group in Indonesia came within minutes of the United States and Britain launching attacks on Iraq. “This is not an attack on Islam but an attack on humanity,” said Syafii Maarif, head of the organization. Latest on the military moves Deputy Malaysian Defense Minister Shafie Apdal told Reuters in Parliament that he feared reprisals by Iraqi sympathizers in other countries. Murid Timasaen, spokesman for Thailand’s Muslims for Peace Group, said Americans would never live in peace again. “They have attracted more enemies than ever, not only from the Muslim world, but also from the Buddhist community,” he said. “Countries like Iraq don’t have the capacity to fight the Americans in a conventional war, so more terrorist means will be deployed against the Americans.” JAPAN, PHILIPPINES BACK ATTACK Two Asian countries that have been supportive of the U.S. tough position on Iraq stepped in to reiterate their support. Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo said Manila was giving political and moral support for actions to rid Iraq of weapons of mass destruction. “The Philippines is part of the coalition of the willing” Arroyo said in a speech to graduates of the Philippine Military Academy. “We are giving political and moral support for actions to rid Iraq of weapons of mass destruction.” • Complete MSNBC coverage • Latest military developments • Kurds fleeing, again • Q &amp;A with Peter Arnett • Top defector disappears • Video coverage from NBC • Blog: Army family's journal • Encarta: Detailed Iraq map • WashPost: Special coverage Latest from Newsweek • Zakaria: Arrogant empire • Waiting with the troops Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, putting a security alliance with the United States ahead of public opinion, reiterated his moral support for Washington on Thursday after the start of a U.S.-led attack on Iraq. “At this time... I understand, and I support the start of the use of force by the United States,” Koizumi told a news conference about an hour after Bush announced the start of the attack. Japanese troops, however, will not be fighting alongside U.S. forces. Japan’s postwar, pacifist constitution renounces war as a means of settling international disputes. • Daily updates on Iraq action Thailand said it wanted no part in the war. “But we are ready to help rehabilitate (Iraq) after the fighting, up to the extent of our resources,” Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said. “At this stage, we hope the war casualties will be confined only to military targets and not on civilians.” China said the action against Iraq was “violating the norms of international behavior.” Germany expressed “great concern and consternation” that its anti-war diplomacy with France and Russia had failed; it immediately turned attention to the aftermath — and offered help dealing with the humanitarian consequences. “Soon the United States will have to reap the fruits of what they are doing now, and the fruits won’t be sweet,” Russian legislator Vladimir Lukin, a former ambassador to Washington, told Russia’s state-controlled ORT television. • Deployments&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                CONDEMNATION FROM IRAN Iran, Iraq’s neighbor and longtime enemy, issued immediate condemnation, calling the U.S. action “unjustifiable and illegitimate.” Neutral Finland weighed in, too, with President Tarja Halonen calling military force outside the U.N. Security Council “not acceptable.” “The ongoing war must not result in the marginalization of the United Nations,” she said. The United States and close ally Britain on Monday gave up trying to win the backing of the U.N. Security Council for a new resolution authorizing the use of force against Iraq, arguing that they already were within their rights to launch an invasion. In November, the Security Council had voted unanimously for a tough resolution that called on Iraq to disarm or face “serious consequences.” Several months of weapons inspections, however, were inconclusive, and key members of the council stood resolutely opposed to military action.&nbsp;<br>
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                                                                                Bush's Deadline Passes Unheeded in Iraq 31 minutes ago By DAVID ESPO, AP Special Correspondent President Bush (news - web sites)'s deadline for Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) to surrender power passed unheeded Wednesday night, and war against Iraq (news - web sites) appeared inevitable. An American-led invasion force of 300,000 troops awaited the order to strike. AP Photo AP Photo Slideshow: Iraq and Saddam Hussein Baghdad Residents Brace for Impending War (AP Video) Latest news: · France, Others: Attack on Iraq Illegal AP - 18 minutes ago · Baghdad Streets Empty As Deadline Passes AP - 43 minutes ago · Air Force: U.S. Assault Will Stun Iraqis AP - 2 hours, 37 minutes ago Special Coverage U.S. and British forces massed in the Kuwaiti desert close to the Iraqi border, giant B-52 warplanes were loaded with bombs and Tomahawk missile-carrying ships were in position, all awaiting an attack order from Bush. The deadline came at 8 p.m. EST, which was 4 a.m. Thursday in Baghdad, its population shrunken in recent days by an exodus of thousands of fearful residents. "The disarmament of the Iraqi regime will begin at a time of the president's choosing," said his press secretary, Ari Fleischer (news - web sites), moments after 8 p.m. "The American people are ready for the disarmament of Saddam Hussein. They understand what's at stake. The military is ready, the nation is ready and the cause is just." Just after the deadline, White House chief of staff Andrew Card informed the president that intelligence officials had no information that Saddam had left Iraq. Saddam's regime gave every appearance of digging in. In the minutes after the deadline, Iraqi TV showed footage of a pro-Saddam march Tuesday in Baghdad, with members of the crowd chanting pro-Saddam slogans, some brandishing rifles and carrying pictures of Saddam. "We are dedicated to martyrdom in defense of Iraq under your leadership," a loyal Iraqi parliament assured the Iraqi dictator, and armed members of the ruling Baath party deployed behind hundreds of sandbagged defensive positions in Baghdad. Even so, 17 Iraqi soldiers surrendered to American GIs during the day, eager to give up before the shooting started. Bush met periodically throughout the day with his top aides at the White House and sent formal notice to Congress that reliance on "further diplomatic and other peaceful means alone" would not suffice to counter "the continuing threat posed by Iraq." Fleischer, said the nation "ought to be prepared for the loss" of American lives once the military effort begins to depose Saddam and recover weapons of mass destruction. Aides said the commander in chief would decide on timing based on the advice of his military commanders. More than 25 protesters were arrested outside the White House, part of a larger group of demonstrators that chanted, banged drums and carried signs that read, "Stop the War on Iraq." It seemed unlikely in the extreme. Along with the U.S.-led force approaching 300,000 troops massed in the Persian Gulf region were 1,000 combat aircraft and five aircraft carrier battle groups. The United States claims the public and private support of 45 other nations in a coalition to topple Saddam. But only Britain, with about 40,000 troops, was making a sizable contribution to the military force. In a run-up to war, U.S. aircraft also dropped nearly 2 million leaflets over southern Iraq with a variety of messages, including, for the first time, instructions to Iraqi troops on how to capitulate to avoid being killed. Hundreds of miles away, at an air base in England, crews loaded bombs aboard giant B-52 combat aircraft. Apart from the desire to capture weapons of mass destruction, Bush's submission to Congress said a military attack could lead to the discovery of information that would allow the apprehension of terrorists living in the United States. An attack, it said, "is a vital part of the international war on terrorism." Despite deep divisions at the United Nations (news - web sites), Bush also claimed "the authority — indeed, given the dangers involved, the duty — to use force against Iraq to protect the security of the American people and to compel compliance with United Nations resolutions." The diplomatic wheels turned still at the United Nations where foreign ministers were meeting in the Security Council at the request of the French and Germans, prominent critics of the American military operation. "This is a sad day for the United Nations," said the organization's secretary general, Kofi Annan (news - web sites) said. "I know that millions of people around the world share this sense of disappointment and are deeply alarmed." Bush abandoned diplomacy on Monday, and administration officials blamed French intransigence for the lack of consensus on a new Security Council resolution that would have given Saddam an ultimatum. The signs of imminent conflict were abundant. Israel ordered its citizens to start carrying their gas masks to work and to school. And hundreds of Israeli residents fled Tel Aviv, fearful that Iraq would launch missiles against their seaside city, as happened in the 1991 Persian Gulf War (news - web sites). Royal Jordanian — the only commercial airline with regularly scheduled flights to Baghdad — said it was canceling them in anticipation of war. And Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (news - web sites) offered a dual-edged analysis. He blamed Iraq for the approaching military conflict. But he also said he hoped that "different international forces will realize the dangerous repercussions of any military action on the safety and stability of the Middle East region." Another country in the region, Bahrain, publicly offered exile to Saddam "in a dignified manner that should not be seen as undermining Iraq's position and capabilities." "It's the last-hour chance and we hope that Iraq will accept this offer to avoid war," Information Minister Nabil al-Hamer told The Associated Press. Exile for the Iraqi leader "is absolutely unthinkable," said Saadoon Hammadi, speaker of Iraq's parliament. "He will be in front of everyone. He will fight and guide our country to victory." 'Defining moment' dawns on America By Rick Hampson USA TODAY On a day when Americans should have been waiting for spring, they waited for war. As President Bush's deadline for Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein ticked closer, Tuesday rituals -- weekly play dates and poker games, Bible study and baseball practice -- went on. Meanwhile, a page in history was about to turn. Eddie Hannigan, 73, spent the morning attaching American flags to the white wooden fence lining his driveway off a country road in Fallbrook, Calif. His wife was out buying yellow ribbons to tie to the flagpole. ''Woke up this morning and the wife said, 'I think we should put out the flag,' '' said Hannigan, who fought in the 1950-53 Korean War. ''It's a private driveway. No one can stop me. But the neighbors all thought it was a good idea. I don't like war, but I support our troops.'' People were reminded of the lull after another presidential ultimatum on Iraq a dozen years ago. But this time they knew, through painful experience, that war isn't something that always happens somewhere else. ''This seems more real than the first Gulf War,'' said Mary Clark, 52, a New York state employee who was passing Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. ''It was like watching a movie. It's still just as far away, but now we have threats on our own soil. It feels like part of the battlefield, for this war is going to be here at home.'' On the other side of the continent, a man fishing in the choppy Pacific off Oceanside, Calif., agreed. ''I feel absolutely certain that we will suffer destruction from terrorist attacks,'' said Les Hite, 61, an avocado grower. ''I hope we don't look back on this day and say that's when we could have done things differently.'' To many, the country seemed to have set off on a road with no turning back. Mike Lance, 24, a New York marketing assistant, called it ''a defining moment.'' Some embraced it. Parents and teachers from the Heights Christian School in Los Angeles said they gave no thought to canceling a school trip to Washington, D.C. ''It's great,'' said Carolyn Litchfield, as she toured the Capitol. ''We're here in the middle of history.'' After months of waiting, some people said battle would come as a relief. ''Let's just get this war over with already,'' Clark said. ''I'm so frustrated about how we keep hanging on edge about this.'' In Marion, Ind., Nanette Weesner tied the 32nd yellow ribbon -- one for every day her son has been stationed with the Army in the Persian Gulf -- on the staircase in her apartment. She said she hopes that whatever happens, ''it'll happen fast, and the troops come home.'' In Hinesville, Ga., location of Fort Stewart, one resident said the civilians in town are almost eager for war. ''They want to get it on and get it over with,'' said Marion Adams, 56, ''because it's messing up their business.'' Bob Dickinson, president of Carnival Cruise Lines, said Bush's speech actually helped travelers make plans. ''It's been a kind of limbo we've been in the last couple months. Now people who have delayed making travel plans can get back to normal,'' Dickinson said. Meanwhile, Americans stocked up on emergency supplies, lit votive candles and gave blood. A few took to the streets on Tuesday in protest and in support of attacking Iraq -- mothers of soldiers wearing yellow ribbons and mothers against war wearing pink ones. To some, it felt like a rerun of 1991: the international antagonists, the internal divisions, the economic worries, the concern about terrorism, the signs saying ''No Blood for Oil.'' But there were differences. This time, fast-food deliveries already have been banned at the New York Stock Exchange. The airport metal detectors already have been fine-tuned. Office workers already are wearing their ID badges. This time, Mr. Rogers will not be around to record messages to reassure children. Some voices from around the nation: * A truck stop in Racine, Wis. Rich Reis, 44, a trucker from Hanover Park, Ill., said he has had doubts for weeks about the war. He's a Navy veteran with two sons who also served in the military. Reis' son-in-law is on a Navy vessel with 600 Marines in the Gulf. He has been there for months and has never seen his second son, who was born in December. Reis still isn't sure Iraq poses any serious threat beyond the missiles it has destroyed. He hasn't seen what he calls ''hard-core'' proof. ''Give me something to grab a hold of if you are going to put my sons' lives on the line,'' he said. But Reis also thinks it's too late too argue: ''We can't wait any more. My feeling, if we go to war -- when we go to war --is win it. Win. Don't play. Win.'' * A coffee house in Denver A storm that dumped about 3 feet of snow made the war the No. 2 news story on Denver TV. ''It's all about the snow,'' said Reb Ryan, manager and co-owner of Buzz Fill 'Er Up Cafe. ''People here right now are focused on getting through this storm.'' She closed her business at mid-morning for lack of business. Those who did drop in talked about war. ''Sixty percent are saying, 'This is crazy. I can't believe we're doing this,' '' Ryan said. ''But I have quite a few cops who come through, and they're all gung-ho for it.'' In the days before the storm, she noticed a drop-off in sales of lattes, cappuccinos and espressos. ''I think people are not looking for luxuries,'' she said. By the time the president went on TV, ''people were all on edge. They didn't want to hang out here. They wanted to go somewhere so they could watch the news.'' * A terminal at LAX The tension was palpable in the Delta Air Lines baggage claim area at Los Angeles International Airport. ''Now that it's here, I fear that the end of the world is here,'' said Joanne Drake, 68, who was arriving home from a trip to Orlando with her daughter and grandchildren. ''We're all going to be in danger from biological and chemical weapons. I'm very fearful, but I don't think we have any other choice. We can't let Saddam keep going and going.'' ''I'm afraid of everything,'' said Mandy Park, 30, a health care worker visiting from Canada with her gray tomcat. But if Saddam is ''feeding into terrorism,'' she said, ''he has to be taken care of.'' * An anti-war group in St. Louis For Woody Powell, 70, it was a day to mourn for peace and prepare for war. The executive director of Veterans for Peace fielded phone calls and e-mails while helping to organize a demonstration in Washington on Saturday. When the war begins, he said, he'll head to a military recruiting station in St. Louis to try to talk young people out of signing up. Powell said he had enlisted in the Air Force during the Korean War, ''full of patriotic fervor and the urge to prove myself as a man, and full of all the fears of inadequacy.'' ''The experience of war is not a natural one for human beings, and it does unnatural things to their psyches,'' he said. ''There are other ways to prove yourself as a human being.''&nbsp;<br>
                                                                                * A sidewalk near Ground Zero There was optimism. ''It will not be bloody,'' predicted Stephanie Baker, 36, a customer service manager from Boston. And there was pessimism. ''Gas prices will go up. Stock prices will go down,'' said Allison Vanderbrul, 21, an undergraduate at the State University of New York-New Paltz. ''People will be afraid to invest. International relations with the U.S. will get worse. International investors won't invest. It's not going to bounce back quickly.'' Alex Woods, 21, a University of Arizona undergraduate from Tucson, said it was all beyond him. ''Basically, I don't really know what's going on,'' he said. ''I hope our leaders know more than we do. I'm hoping they are making the right decisions.''&nbsp;<br>

                                                                                Presidential Elections - AP Kerry's Wife Explains Switch From GOP Tue Jun 15,11:59 AM ET By EMILY FREDRIX, Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON - Teresa Heinz Kerry says anger, not ideology, prompted her to become a Democrat. The wife of Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites), the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, says her emotion stemmed from the way the Republican Party, to which she had pledged allegiance, treated Democratic Sen. Max Cleland of Georgia in 2002. AP Photo AP Photo Slideshow: John Kerry Latest headlines: · Conservative Campaign Ad Features Reagan AP - 3 minutes ago · Kerry: Bush Policies Hurting Middle Class AP - 24 minutes ago · Republican Urges Kerry to Quit the Senate AP - 25 minutes ago Cleland, who lost both legs and an arm as an Army captain during the Vietnam War, lost his re-election bid in a bitter campaign against then-Rep. Saxby Chambliss. The GOP had raised questions about Cleland's patriotism because of his position on legislation to create the Department of Homeland Security. Cleland supported the concept behind the department, but insisted that a workers' rights provision be part of the bill. Heinz Kerry, in an interview to be broadcast Tuesday on the "CBS Evening News," says Cleland's status as a triple amputee is enough to prove his patriotism. "Three limbs and all I could think was, 'What does the Republican party need, a fourth limb to make a person a hero?' And this coming from people who have not served. I was really offended by that. Unscrupulous and disgusting," she said, her reference being an indirect one to President Bush (news - web sites) and Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites). Neither Republican served in Vietnam. Bush served stateside in the Texas Air National Guard, and Cheney received five student deferments from service during the war. Kerry volunteered to serve in Vietnam and earned three Purple Hearts, and Silver and Bronze stars for his efforts commanding a swift boat on the Mekong Delta. Earlier in the campaign, opponents of Kerry had raised questions about his military service and whether he deserved the military honors. Heinz Kerry had been a registered Republican until Kerry, her second husband, announced his bid for the White House. Her first husband, Republican Sen. John Heinz of Pennsylvania and the Heinz prepared foods heir, was killed in a plane crash in 1991. She inherited a fortune estimated at more than $500 million. In the interview, John Kerry is asked about criticism of his wife, who has a reputation for being blunt and outspoken. "When it's silly stuff, and a lot of it is incredibly unfactual, I get angry about it," he said. Asked for three words to describe his 65-year-old wife, who is five years his senior, Kerry said: "Saucy, sexy, brilliant." She responded: "I'm cheeky, I'm sexy, whatever. You know, I've got a lot of life inside." ___ A liberal interest group will begin airing a new television commercial Tuesday in four battleground states that calls President Bush "a failure of leadership" and criticizes Vice President Dick Cheney's ties to Halliburton. MoveOn.org's political action committee will spend about $1 million over a week, a hefty amount, to run the 30-second ad in Missouri, Nevada, Ohio and Oregon. The ad accuses Bush's administration of giving Cheney's former company no-bid contracts to work in Iraq (news - web sites) "on a silver platter." "Then," the ad says, "the Pentagon (news - web sites) caught Halliburton overcharging $61 million for gasoline. Worse, they billed over $100 million dollars for meals for our troops that they never delivered. And George Bush is still doing business with them." Steve Schmidt, a spokesman for Bush's re-election campaign, said: "This is another incredibly misleading ad from an organization completely outside of the mainstream of American politics." Separately, The Media Fund, another Democratic group, ran new radio and newspaper ads in Kansas City, Mo., criticizing his record on health care and prescription drug costs. Bush visited the state Monday. ___ Jordan says no to sending troops to Iraq Tue Jun 15, 1:47 PM ET Add Mideast - AFP to My Yahoo! ISTANBUL (AFP) - Jordan rejects suggestions it should send troops to Iraq (news - web sites) and opposes the deployment there of any military forces from other Iraqi neighbours, Jordan's Justice Minister Saleh Bashir said. AFP/File Photo Latest headlines: · U.S. Seeks Some Immunity for Contractors in Iraq Reuters - 5 minutes ago · Official: Cheney Not Briefed on Iraq Work AP - 17 minutes ago · Bush Touts Afghanistan as Model for Iraq Reuters - 27 minutes ago Special Coverage Jordan "will not send forces to Iraq", Bashir told AFP on the second day of the meeting of foreign ministers from the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), a grouping of 57 Muslim countries. "We will not send any soldiers to Iraq and we are against the presence of military forces from neigboring countries in Iraq," added Bashir, who heads the Jordanian delegation to the Istanbul meeting. Bashir was responding to comments by NATO (news - web sites) Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer that Arab states should take part in a multinational force in the war-torn country, alongside NATO forces. "If on the basis of the UN Security Council resolution the government in Baghdad asks NATO to play a role, we are not going to shut the door in its face. That would not be correct," de Scheffer said in an interview published in Wednesday's edition of the French newspaper Le Monde. Delegates from the other neighbours of Iraq -- Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Turkey -- also said there had always been an understanding none of Iraq's neighbours would send soldiers there. An Arab minister told AFP on condition of anonymity that Iraq was categorically opposed to allowing forces from neighbouring countries onto its soil, but could allow soldiers from other Arab countries to serve in a multi-national peacekeeping force alongside NATO soldiers. "If some Arab countries want to participate in a such a force, they can as long as they are not neighbours of Iraq," the minister said. Turkey, a predominantly Muslim non-Arab nation and staunch US ally, was the only one among Iraq's neighbours with plans to deploy troops to Iraq. But the government was forced to abandon the project last year after the United States failed to overcome stern opposition from the Iraqi leadership and, especially Iraqi Kurds, to the plan.