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From: "Pedro Martori"
Subject: Al Qaeda vows terror 'gift'
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Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 09:40:19 -0500
NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 05 Dec 2002 09:40:19 EST
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De: "CNN AM QuickNews"
Asunto: Al Qaeda vows terror 'gift'
Fecha: Jueves, 05 de Diciembre de 2002 07:18 a.m.
>AMERICAN MORNING QUICKNEWS
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> AL QAEDA VOWS TERROR 'GIFT'
The end of Ramadan has stirred renewed concerns over the threat of a =
attack against U.S. citizens and the nation's allies. Earlier this week, =
Qaeda statement posted to the Internet threatened a strike to coincide =
the end of the Muslim holy season -- which is December 5 and 6. The =
warned: "The gift for the holiday is on its way."
> CAROLINAS ON ICE
An early winter storm has brought ice, freezing rain and snow to the
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GOOD MORNING FROM PAULA ZAHN
Good morning, I'm Bill Hemmer in for Paula Zahn who is recovering from a
skiing accident she had over the Thanksgiving holiday. Hang in there, =
Today on American Morning I'll be talking to former U.N. weapons =
Richard Butler about the accusations Iraqis are hurling at the current =
of U.N. inspectors. Plus, an icy winter storm is bearing down on the =
has already wreaked havoc from the Oklahoma panhandle to the mountains =
Virginia. We'll have live reports.
Watch Paula Zahn on CNN's American Morning weekdays from 7-10 a.m. ET.
> LIGHT RAIN, SNOW MOVES THROUGH MUCH OF U.S.
(AP) Rain and snow were moving through the Great Plains and parts of the
Rockies early Tuesday, while dry weather dominated the forecast in most =
rest of the nation.
.....For a personalized weather forecast go to =
> AL QAEDA: 'GIFT' OF TERROR ON ITS WAY
The end of Ramadan has stirred concerns over terrorist attacks against =
U.S. and its allies.
> IRAQ OIL-FOR-FOOD EXTENDED 6 MONTHS
The U.N. Security Council agreed unanimously Wednesday night to extend =
current oil-for-food program for six months.
> FIVE CHILDREN DIE IN PENNSYLVANIA FIRE
A deadly nighttime fire burned through an Amish family's wood-frame home =
Pennsylvania, killing five of the nine children, authorities said.
> EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE FOUNDER DEAD
Henry Chauncey, the man credited with turning the SAT into an admission
standard used by thousands of colleges and universities, has died. He =
..... More U.S. stories at http://www.cnn.com/US
> TERROR SUSPECT ADMITS BALI TIES
Terror suspect Ali Ghufron, also known as Mukhlas, has admitted to =
police that he attended planning sessions for the Bali terror attack =
left more than 180 people dead, most of them Westerners.
> MORE WILDFIRES RAVAGE SYDNEY
Sydney is being ravaged by a second day of wildfires as more than 60 =
rage in and around the city.
> NO TERROR LINK TO IKEA BOMBS - PM
Bomb threats to Ikea furniture stores in the Netherlands have no link to
terrorism, the Dutch prime minister says. All 10 stores belonging to the
Swedish-based home furnishings chain in the Netherlands were closed on
Wednesday after the discovery of explosive devices.
> TERRORISM 'ENEMY NO. 1' FOR INDIA, RUSSIA
The leaders of India and Russia have made terrorism "enemy number one,"
mapping out joint efforts against global terrorism and discussing ways =
reinvigorate economic ties.
..... More World stories at http://www.cnn.com/WORLD
> MARTY BURNS: WHO LET THE AIR OUT?
This likely isn't the way Michael Jordan imagined it would end. With
retirement on the horizon again, Jordan's star power has fallen to earth =
the first time. But SI's Marty Burns wonders what's worse: The fact that
Jordan's career is in the midst of a forgettable finish, or that nobody =
> STRUGGLING LAKERS FALL AGAIN, THIS TIME TO JAZZ
Karl Malone had 29 points and 15 rebounds as the Utah Jazz won for the =
time in nine games, defeating the struggling Los Angeles Lakers 93-85
..... More Sports stories at http://CNNSI.com
..... For scores see http://CNNSI.com/scoreboards
> UNITED TURNED DOWN BY FEDS
United Airlines appeared to be flying towards certain bankruptcy =
evening after a government panel voted two-to-one against an application =
$1.8 billion in federal loan guarantees.
> YU-GI-OH, HO, HO, HO
Just when you thought the Pokemon toys were safely tucked away, Yu-Gi-Oh =
barreling into your living room from halfway across the world.
..... More Business stories at http://CNNmoney.com
..... For market numbers see http://CNNmoney.com/markets
> COLD TURKEY?
Hours after Turkey's foreign minister said Tuesday the United States =
allowed to use Turkish air bases in a possible war with Iraq, his office =
the country had made no such commitment. Possible reluctance by the NATO =
that shares a border with Iraq could complicate U.S. military =
CNN military analyst retired Brig. Gen. David Grange said that he =
Turkey will be supportive if there is a war. "I think Turkey will come
around," Gen. Grange commented. "Turkey is a reliable ally. They are in =
geographic location for war anywhere in this region =E2=80=A6 the =
operation could be
done with limited use of Turkey. But it would be advantageous to have =
Retired Brig. Gen. David Grange is a CNN military analyst and frequently
appears on "American Morning" to talk about issues involving the U.S.
PAGING DR. GUPTA
> WINTER SPORTS INJURIES ABOUND
Whether you're skiing down an icy slope or sledding down a snowy hill, =
fun certainly can be dangerous. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reported that winter =
cause a high number of accidents each year including "[Around] 278,000 =
skiing accidents every year and about 40,000 ice hockey accidents." That =
not an excuse to sit inside drinking hot chocolate all day. Dr. Gupta =
"it's important to stay in shape to stay active during the winter =
even though it's cold outside, but you have got to be smart about it."
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is a medical correspondent for CNN and appears on CNN's
American Morning with the latest medical news, health tips, and more to =
viewers understand the world of medicine and how it relates to them.
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