NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dutch Proposal to Try Guantánamo Detainees

An unconventional new idea to give terrorist suspects their day in court.

Organized Crime is Another Threat to Iraq, Says Top General

Success against al Qaeda has given way to nonsectarian crimes.

Mexican Gangs May Have Bombed Pemex

Drug cartels are becoming more violent and more politicized, creating a critical challenge for the Mexican and U.S. governments.

Not So Clean in Chile

A new report faults Chile for not prosecuting Chilean companies engaging in bribery abroad.

International Anticounterfeiting Agreement Proposed

U.S. Trade Representative says counterfeiting is a threat to the world economy.

Bin Laden Hopes Iraqis Will Unite Against United States

Sunni insurgents must unite and fight as one, says al Qaeda's leader.

Piracy on the Rebound

Modern pirates make huge profits by plundering ships.

Foreign Airport Repair Shops Present Security Risks

Congress and security experts fear terrorists could stash explosives in plane parts and cavities.

Italy Leads Europe in Bank Robberies

Italy's bank robbers are the busiest in Europe, but they are not the most productive

Afghanistan Shuts Down Two Private Security Firms

10 more firms on list for closure, some of them Western-based.
 




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