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SA cautious on Chirac’s farm-trade offer

26th February 2003 South African trade negotiators have responded cautiously to a surprise proposal by French President Jacques Chirac that rich countries temporarily... 

Arab League head forecasts war 'in a few days'

26th February 2003 Arab League chief Amr Mussa said Tuesday a US-led war could be launched against Iraq "in a few days", adding that Arab states were powerless to... 

Germany, France remain on collision course with US

26th February 2003 Germany and France remain on a collision course with the United States and key European allies over Iraq in a high stakes stand-off which could... 

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War could cost US $95bn -report

26th February 2003 The administration of President George W. Bush now believes that just military aspects of an anticipated war with Iraq may cost the government as... 

Expenditure likely to rise in 2003 budget

26th February 2003 South African taxpayers can look forward to good news in Wednesday's Budget, although tax breaks are not expected to reach last year's record levels. 

War a threat to GDP growth

26th February 2003 The South African economy is expected to grow by 3,3 percent this year, although the threat of war in Iraq raised uncertainty for economies across... 

Unilateral war a 'crime against peace' - Vatican

25th February 2003 The Vatican on Monday urged the international community to allow United Nations weapons inspectors to continue their work in Iraq, warning that a... 

DRC parties meet in SA to map out peace process

25th February 2003 Parties involved in the Democratic Republic of Congo peace process met in the South African capital Monday to map out fresh meetings for the next... 

N Korea defends withdrawal from nuclear treaty

25th February 2003 North Korea on Tuesday defended its decision to pull out of a key nuclear arms treaty, saying it had been forced to act because of threats from the... 

Saddam squeezed between disarmament and war

25th February 2003 President Saddam Hussein is trapped between the demands of the UN disarmament process that continues to sap his hold on power and the threat of a... 

Developed world not honouring Aids pledges - Minister

25th February 2003 The developed countries appear not to be honouring their pledges to the United Nations Global Fund on Aids, TB and Malaria, Health Minister Dr... 

Iraq war not inevitable, Annan tells NAM

24th February 2003 Weapons inspections in Iraq are making headway and must be allowed to resolve the crisis, United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan told the... 

Washington rallies support for new UN resolution

24th February 2003 Iraq announced it was considering UN demands to destroy banned missiles to avert war, as Washington rallied support for a new UN disarmament... 

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