20 September 2003 Military News
- Iraq: Governing Council Member Shot, Critically Wounded RFE/RL 20 Sep 2003 -- Gunmen opened fire today on a car carrying one of three women on Iraq's U.S.-appointed Governing Council, seriously wounding her and at least three others.
Defense Policy / Programs
- BERLIN SUMMIT / EUROPE VOA 20 Sept 2003-- The leaders of Europe's three most powerful countries called on European Union members to adopt a draft E-U constitution and for the continent to beef up regional defense
- BOSNIA/MONUMENT VOA 20 Sept 2003-- Former President Bill Clinton appealed for tolerance among Bosnia's Muslims, Serbs and Croats as he participated in the dedication of a memorial in the town of Srebrenica to the victims of Europe's worst massacre since World War Two.
- INDONESIA / ACEH CONFLICT VOA 20 Sept 2003-- A report by a human rights group urges the Indonesian government to allow humanitarian organizations into the war-torn province of Aceh
- BURMA / SUU KYI VOA 20 Sept 2003-- Doctors in Burma say an operation performed on democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi turned up no sign of cancer, and she is now up and about
- JAPAN / ELECTION VOA 20 Sept 2003-- Junichiro Koizumi has been re-elected as leader of Japan's dominant Liberal Democratic Party, setting the stage for a general election before the end of the year
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