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Bush rallies America On America's west coast ports reopened after a management lockout since September 29th caused by a dispute with the dockers' union. Mr Bush invoked the Taft-Hartley Act to impose an day cooling-off period.

The lockout ends Americans are getting fatter: At least six people were killed and two wounded by an unidentified sniper in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. One of the wounded was a year-old boy on his way to school. Mr da Silva is the strong favourite: Brazil's presidential run-off Venezuela's president, Hugo Chavez, claimed to have uncovered another coup plot against him.

The opposition went ahead with plans for a mass demonstration, followed perhaps by a general strike, aimed at forcing Mr Chavez to resign. Venezuela's polarised politics The third general election in two years broke a political deadlock between Trinidad's two main parties.

Patrick Manning, the acting prime minister, and his mainly Afro-Trinidadian Peoples' National Movement, won a parliamentary majority.

Trinidad's decisive election Canada's deputy prime minister, John Manley, chose the start of a day visit by Britain's Queen Elizabeth to say that his country should become a republic. Two more—Bulgaria and Romania—might be able to join in , it said. But it offered no date for negotiations with Turkey, a long-time would-be candidate, even to start. Enlarging the European Union France insisted that it would stick to spending plans that threatened to undermine the EU's stability and growth pact.

The other 11 euro-area countries agreed that those with the heaviest deficits France, Germany, Italy and Portugal should cut these by half a percentage point a year starting in France refused to comply.

A club worth joining? The peace process in Northern Ireland faced a crisis, after a police raid found that an official of Sinn Fein—part of the multi-party government there—had secretly photocopied documents holding details both of potential terrorist targets and of communications between the province's Unionist first minister and British and Irish ministers, including Tony Blair.

The crisis in Northern Ireland's peace process Germany named Wolfgang Clement, premier of North-Rhine-Westphalia, to head a new super-ministry of economy and employment.

The organisation is still suspect to Spanish anti-clericals for the way several members served in the s and s cabinets of the dictator Francisco Franco. Opus Dei's new saint General's election? Pakistan held its first general election since a military coup in Although critics claimed General Pervez Musharraf's constitutional changes and electoral restrictions would ensure the military's continued grip on power, a tight race was predicted.

The general is staying on as president. Elections in Indian-administered Kashmir ended. International observers deemed the poll fair, but not free, because of widespread violence. More than people died during the election.

After the vote Australia announced that it will create the world's largest marine park between its south-west coast and the northern coast of Antarctica in order to protect one of the world's most unspoiled environments from exploitation.

Sri Lanka's peace process looked threatened after paramilitary police in the eastern Ampara district killed four people and injured 15 others in what they claimed was a Tamil Tiger attack. It followed an alleged attack on a rebel leader earlier in the day. An American Islamist arrested in Malaysia lost his attempt to fight deportation to the United States.

He faces charges of belonging to a terrorist cell in Portland, Oregon, and of conspiring to contribute services to the Taliban and al-Qaeda. AP Peace in sight Rwanda pulled all its troops out of Congo.

Though banditry and rebel fighting continue, the departure of nearly all foreign armies allows hope that Congo's four-year war is at an end. The Israeli army, pursuing Hamas militants, raided Khan Yunis, a town in southern Gaza, killing 16 people.

In separate incidents in Gaza, three Palestinian children were killed. A suicide bomber killed himself and an Israeli woman in central Israel. Hamas and its aims A French oil tanker, the Limburg, was crippled by an explosion off the south-east coast of Yemen. One member of the crew was killed. His colleagues claim that the tanker was rammed by a small craft packed with explosives.

The French and the Yemenis are investigating. Meanwhile, an American marine was shot dead in Kuwait in what was thought to be a terrorist attack. In peril at sea Driss Jettou, Morocco's interior minister and a technocrat, was appointed prime minister by the king. Commerzbank rejected allegations of a liquidity crisis after heavy derivatives losses. Commerzbank's shares crumbled, and other European banks suffered similarly.

European banks Shares in Credit Suisse continued to fall. Wall Street also faces tough times. Morgan Chase was said to have plans to get rid of up to 4, investment bankers; Merrill Lynch was said to be close to axing more employees, on top of 15, that it has let go already this year. Bank of Ireland's merger approach to Abbey National boosted the British bank's shares but met a swift rebuff.

Not in the interests of shareholders, said Abbey National. They may not agree. The bank's shares have fallen by half since the start of the year. The Irish bank said it would pursue its planned merger anyway. The Italian jobless Fiat unveiled plans to cope with hefty losses at its car-making arm. It said that 8, jobs would go, mainly on a temporary but long-term basis, with the government footing most of the bill.

Workers feared that this means permanent losses. The embattled car maker tried to quash speculation that it was preparing for a takeover by General Motors even before , when Fiat can exercise a put option. Fiat's agony The Italian government announced a scheme to certify Italian restaurants around the world, ensuring genuine Italian menus served by Italians—complete, presumably, with oversized pepper mills and checked table cloths. A pilot scheme will be launched in Belgium next year.

European antitrust investigators have raided the oil giant ExxonMobil and Bayer, a German chemicals group, in pursuit of evidence of price-fixing. The commission has been stepping up its fight against cartels. Pitt's oversight Harvey Pitt, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, ran into more trouble. He and his fellow commissioners are at odds over the selection of five members to run a public accounting oversight board, due to start work at the end of the month.

Mr Pitt also appeared to soften an insistence that all foreign companies listed in America would be bound by the stricter corporate-governance rules of the recent Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Only following orders, insisted Mr Yates, the second underling to admit his involvement. More guilty pleas are expected as lawyers prosecute their way up the chain of command—but to what level? Deutsche Telekom's search for a chief executive, a vacancy caused by the departure of Ron Sommer in July, hit a snag.

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The government also said it would part-privatise the state telecoms company by March and would educate and encourage black South Africans to buy discounted shares. Tim Byrne, chief executive of MyTravel, got an unexpected long holiday after shareholders forced his exit from the British travel company. A recent profit warning and dividend cut were enough to ensure his place in the departure lounge.

About sponsorship Iraq The war about the war Oct 10th From The Economist print edition Charges of hypocrisy are unfounded Get article background WHEN nations go to war, they prefer to do so united, with their consciences clean. Given the new atmosphere created in America by the atrocities of September 11th, there has never been much doubt that Mr Bush could collect the support of Congress for action to avert a threat described in these terms.

From the United Nations, too, have come hints that America might shortly get most of what it wants: Reuters These are useful steps. Should a war be necessary, one that has the blessing of Congress and a mandate from the Security Council stands a better chance of rallying the support of ordinary people.

But Mr Bush should not let himself be beguiled by such institutional successes into believing that he has now won his battle in the wider court of world opinion. Two kinds of doubt Millions of people, not only in the Islamic world but in Europe and America as well, look upon the prospect of a second American-led onslaught on Iraq with deep misgivings.

To some extent, this arises from a proper fear of the unintended consequences any war might bring. What if a cornered Mr Hussein uses his ghastly poisons? Or if there is slaughter in the streets of Baghdad? Or if Iraq, or the whole Arab world, should simply collapse into chaos—and then turn on America in its humiliation and rage?

But many people are equally troubled by something rather different: One such complaint stems, paradoxically enough, from Mr Bush's decision to seek a fresh mandate from the Security Council instead of acting against Iraq on his own, in accordance with the doctrine of preemption sketched out in his new national-security policy. The complaint goes like this. Since you have plainly decided to topple Mr Hussein anyway, no matter what the Security Council decides, why are you bothering to pretend that the war will be fought in order to uphold the UN's authority?

And this complaint is frequently fastened by a loose logic to a second one. You accuse Iraq of defying the UN and seeking weapons of mass destruction. But in the meantime you allow Israel, a pampered ally, to ignore the UN and hold on to the nuclear weapons it already has. Isn't this a case of double standards? Good questions, on the face of it.

But they can be answered. Take first the point about the authority of the UN. Mr Bush does argue that the authority of the Security Council is at stake in Iraq. But he cannot be accused of pretending that this is why he might go to war.


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