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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... 

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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... 

SA disarmament experts land in Iraq

24th February 2003 The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Aziz Pahad, leading a team of South African experts on disarmament have arrived in Baghdad, Iraq. 

Mbeki urges NAM leaders to stand up against war

By: Terence Creamer     24th February 2003 Outgoing Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) chairperson Thabo Mbeki has called on leaders from developing nations to stand their ground in preventing an... 

EU split over new UN resolution

24th February 2003 EU member states were again at loggerheads over Iraq Monday with discord focussing on proposals for a new UN resolution seen by opponents as a... 

SA disarmament team could be last chance for peace

24th February 2003 South African experts met here Monday with Iraqi officials liaising with UN arms inspectors in what they called an attempt to stop war by sharing... 

Chiluba arrested on corruption charges

24th February 2003 Police in Zambia on Monday arrested former President Frederick Chiluba and charged him with committing criminal acts and abuse of office. 

World churches body sees Iraq attack as immoral

22nd February 2003 The World Council of Churches (WCC), which groups Christian and Orthodox churches worldwide, on Friday deplored US and British-backing for military... 

Rural, urban renewal projects to be expanded

21st February 2003 Government is planning to expand its Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme (ISRDP) and Urban Renewal Programme (URP), Provincial and... 

Franco-African summit: leaders united against war in Iraq

21st February 2003 French and African leaders on Friday were to wrap up a two-day summit, focused on Paris's special partnership with the continent, after forming a... 

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