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June 15, 2002
Bomber kills 11 outside U.S. Consulate in Pakistan
Officials say the suicide attack was likely carried out by al-Qaida. No Americans died in the massive blast.

Abusers to lose priestly duties
The nation's Catholic bishops also vote to forward all allegations of abuse to civil officials.

Clinton cashes in on his speeches
The former president is the highest-paid lecturer, earning $9-million through his globe-trotting last year.

Central Asia a radioactive hotbed
A passenger toted a 20-pound stash of radioactive thorium powder onto a bus in his luggage. Another smuggler, unwisely, stuck a highly radioactive capsule in his trousers pocket as he boarded a flight. Chechen rebels were the apparent customers for stolen radium in a third case.

U.S. says Iraqi diplomat was spy
UNITED NATIONS -- The United States charged Friday that an Iraqi diplomat at the United Nations had tried to recruit Americans as spies and ordered him expelled, diplomats said.

Lindh's lawyers seek to bar statements
Attorneys for John Walker Lindh charged Friday that U.S. military personnel threatened to shoot or hang him after his capture last fall and that he waived his right to legal counsel because he was told there were no lawyers in Afghanistan who could help him.

Tensions mount as Bush works on peace proposal
While President Bush is expected to work this weekend on final details of a proposal for an interim Palestinian state, which he is expected to call for in a speech next week, the new Palestinian security chief said Friday he wants to "put an end" to militias involved in shooting and bombing attacks on Israelis, and Israel said it would begin building a fence along parts of the West Bank to keep out attackers.

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Multimedia Coverage of the Terror Attacks
Latest News on the Terror Attacks
Updated List of Victims
Terror Attack Multimedia Gallery
Terror's Path: An Interactive Map
Missing: A Multimedia Essay
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