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"… the American people cannot tell you the name of the Vice President of the United States. The disengagement and alienation is substantial today, particularly among …"

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"… ltinational corporations, political figures and criminal syndicates in the United States, Western and Eastern Europe, Russia, Africa and the Middle East. Often, th …"

"… situation."The end of the Cold War led to a profound disengagement of the United States and its allies from formal involvement in the wars of the developing world …"

"… of things," Ofcansky, the U.S. State Department arms specialist, said.The United States, despite having the best anti-arms trafficking legislation in the world, l …"

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"… ntributed to this report.  …"

"… spond to a number of questions put to the company on several occasions.The United States had little real interest in Sierra Leone itself. U.S. involvement was driv …"

"… l-rich nation that is the fifth largest supplier of crude to the United States. For ICI, the mission to Freetown was business, but it also advanced U.S. …"

Soft money primer

By John Dunbar

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"… the reporter for the Arizona Republic brought immense repercussions in the United States, where reporters and editors did everything possible to achieve two immedi …"

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"… as Loral’s Telstar network. Despite using the commercial satellites, the United States still had the ability to encrypt its broadcasts to prevent unwanted viewer …"

"… es and UAVs to travel to their ground control stations, come across to the United States and get relayed back to Europe. For the first leg of their journey, from t …"

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"… border. But the Marines were pulled out after the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States.The town has been at the center of kidnappings and persistent trouble betw …"

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"… and debating them were some options.At the time about 22,000 people in the United States died of lung cancer each year. The American Lung Association says there we …"

"… an Lung Association says there were 156,900 deaths from lung cancer in the United States in 2000. In Australia more than 7,500 people die of lung cancer each year. …"

"… released in public depositories as part-settlement of legal actions in the United States several years ago.Lawyers, anti-smoking and public health groups have traw …"

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"… ealed an international conspiracy by company executives and lawyers in the United States, Britain and Australia to destroy evidence.Justice Eames found the company …"

"… the tobacco company worked with “an army of litigation lawyers” in the United States and Britain from the mid-1980s to systematically destroy documents.In 1985 …"

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"… ev on July 10, 2000. Melnychenko, who has received political asylum in the United States, recorded more than 1,000 hours of conversations in Kuchma’s office, and …"

"… support has been essential to the U.S.-led war on terrorism. However, the United States has expressed concern about alleged corruption, government pressure on the …"

"… tion procedures among other issues.After the terrorist attacks against the United States in September 2001, Ukraine shared intelligence and opened its airspace for …"

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"… ndbreaking report on ECHELON -- the high-tech intercept network run by the United States, in conjunction with the UK and other countries -- and its role in interce …"

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"… c National Wildlife Refuge, into Canada and, ultimately to the continental United States. The task force, in its final recommendations to President Bush, did not i …"

"… the pipeline project is “the single most important energy project in the United States and Canada,” and that his company had had similar meetings with members …"

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"… ce again by the allied attack on Afghanistan and the anthrax terror in the United States. Two quotations explain this conflict better than any reasoned argument.A …"

"… d Australia, with a powerful press and a tradition of dissent, or like the United States, where freedom of expression is constitutionally guaranteed, the media can …"

"… eir own side.Newspapers and broadcasters could mount a legal action in the United States claiming that their right of freedom of expression had been infringed. The …"

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"… nbsp; …"

"… ; it said that while hundreds of millions of dollars were being spent, the United States was failing to respond to the threat of attack by known agents, including …"

"… ng in light of recent developments.The report found that 11 years ago, the United States was concerned about vulnerability to biological and chemical attacks.“ . …"

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"… of the Taliban leadership through his vision of a global jihad against the United States. The Taliban never articulated a foreign policy before 1997, nor did they …"

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"… hat groups spiritual leader, Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, was convicted in the United States on terrorist conspiracy charges and allegedly was the mastermind behind th …"

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"… are operated by 47 airlines and flight schools at 86 locations across the United States and at 19 abroad; some of those locations could be shared among different …"

"… nta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Miami, Wichita, Kan., and Wilmington, Del., in the United States.The flight schools and airlines overseas with FAA-approved devices are in …"

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"… arrest several of Bin Laden’s supporters. Without Pakistans support, the United States could not hope to launch a snatch by US commandos or more accurate bombing …"

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"… chool graduate could do it.” …"

"… pons there in the past has included such agents as anthrax and plague. The United States learned that the Soviet Union breached the 1972 Biological and Toxin Weapo …"

"… d continued to develop biological weapons into the 1990s.For its part, the United States said it stuck to developing defense strategies for biological attacks. Cri …"

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