Monday, April 26, 1999

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  • TEC-9 Semi-Automatic Pistol Used in Littleton

    Over 70,000 people yesterday mourned the victims of last week’s school shooting in Littleton, Colorado, at a service attended by Vice President Al Gore. Three of the 15 students killed in the attack were also buried yesterday, and the funerals of three more victims are scheduled for today.

  • History of NATO and the Pacifist Movement

    As sirens across Belgrade sound once again, announcing the 33rd night of NATO bombings, leaders from 44 countries left Washington yesterday after concluding a three-day summit to celebrate the 50th anniversary of NATO. Leaders of the Western alliance embarked today on new efforts to secure Russian cooperation in seeking a diplomatic settlement with Yugoslavia on the West’s terms. Russia, which opposes the NATO air war, was conspicuously absent from this weekend’s summit.

  • Military Uniforms Made in Usa Sweatshops

    As NATO countries debate the possibility of using ground troops in Yugoslavia, today we look at the uniforms worn by members of the U.S. military–and particularly where they are made.

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