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 March 2004 - Simple English Wikipedia
ROC presidential election, 2004: The controversial victory of Chen Shui-bian is confirmed by the state electoral commission, with a margin of only 29,518 votes – 0.2% of the total – separating the candidates.
ROC presidential election, 2004: The Pan-Blue Coalition drops its demand for another round of voting by members of the military and the police who were put on a heightened state of alert on election day.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame accuses France of direct involvement in the 1994 genocide. /wiki/March_2004   (4598 words)

 Significant Terrorist Incidents 1961-2003: A Brief Chronology
Attack on a Restaurant in El Salvador, June 19, 1985: Members of the FMLN (Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front) fired on a restaurant in the Zona Rosa district of San Salvador, killing four Marine Security Guards assigned to the U.S. Embassy and nine Salvadorean civilians.
Attack on U.S. Embassy in Moscow, September 13, 1995: A rocket-propelled grenade was fired through the window of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, ostensibly in retaliation for U.S. strikes on Serb positions in Bosnia.
Restaurant Bombing in Spain, April 12, 1984: Eighteen U.S. servicemen were killed and 83 people were injured in a bomb attack on a restaurant near a U.S. Air Force Base in Torrejon, Spain. /r/pa/ho/pubs/fs/index.cfm?docid=5902   (10852 words)

 March 9 Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography
2004 - A terrorist attack on a restaurant in Istanbul kills one and injures 5.
March 9 is the 68th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (69th in Leap years).
2004 - John Allen Muhammad is sentenced to death for his part in the Beltway sniper attacks of October 2002. /encyclopedia/March_9   (1131 words)

 List of terrorist incidents - Simple English Wikipedia
2004 Attack on procession of Shia Muslims in Pakistan kills 43 and wounds 160.
2004 109 Kurds are killed in 2 suicide bombings in Arbil, Iraq.
A handwritten note carried by the gunman claimed this was a punishment attack against the "enemies of Palestine". /wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents   (2434 words)

 Travel Video Television News
In 2004, Victoria Cruises, the pre-eminent cruise line sailing Chinas Yangtze River, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its inaugural sailing when the Victoria I edged out of port and began a legacy of introducing the magnificent "River of Heaven" to travelers worldwide.
Opening June 3, 2004, a representative selection of works by the late world renowned photographer and his wife June (who worked under the name of Alice Springs) will be presented in rotating exhibitions at the German Center for Photography.
The Tourism Convention in May 2004 in Cuba, will be an opportunity to hardness the attractive places of the island as tourist destinations in the Caribbean and to diversify motivations for traveling. /news/archives.php?id=A2004031   (14773 words)

 Jihad Watch: March 2004 Archives
On March 2, 2004, the worst terrorist attack in Iraq since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein took place in Karbala as tens of thousands of Shia' mourners gathered at the tomb of the seventh-century Hussein on the anniversary of the murders.
Moustafa Chaouki was born in Casablanca, Morocco, in 1968 and was a resident of Brescia.
In the public hearings of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States - the 9/11 Commission - many fingers were pointed. /archives/2004_03.php   (18823 words)

 Fine? Why Fine?: March 2004
On March 11, Spain suffered the worst terrorist attack in its history and one of the bloodiest the world has ever known.
Like the kamikaze attacks of an earlier era, these Islamic bombers were probably tracked by intelligence until they could be engaged by the defenses, in much the same way the CAP and anti-aircraft shot down bogeys over Okinawa.
The attack, on the Cole, which killed 17 US sailors, was deemed by Clinton's Defence Secretary Bill Cohen as "not sufficiently provocative" to warrant a response. /fine_why_fine/2004/03   (11647 words)

 Covering the War on Terror: March 2004 Archives
Tuesday, March 9, 2004; 5:19 PM A federal judge in Alexandria today acquitted the final member of an alleged "Virginia jihad network," saying prosecutors had shown he was "very interested in violent jihad" but failed to prove that he fought with the former Taliban rulers of Afghanistan.
Tuesday, March 9, 2004; 4:03 PM CIA director George Tenet said today that he did not believe the administration had "misrepresented" intelligence about Iraq leading up to the war and that he privately corrected officials when he disagreed with what they were saying.
Tuesday, March 9, 2004; 2:21 PM JAKARTA, Indonesia, March 9 -- The Indonesian Supreme Court has reduced the jail sentence for Abubakar Baasyir, a Muslim cleric named by security officials as the leader of a Southeast Asian terrorist network, allowing him to go free by early next month, a court official said Tuesday. /projects/terror/archives/2004_03.html   (15313 words)

 AtlanticBlog: March 2004 Archives
Writing about the marches in front of the International Court of Justice protesting the ICJ attack on Israel's security barrier, they note:
marching with the international Jewish contingent on Monday morning were 2,000 Dutch Christian supporters of Israel, led by the international group, Christians for Israel, which started in Holland 25 years ago.
Such attacks are operationally similar to the old-style terrorism of the IRA or Hamas. /archives/2004_03.html   (12623 words)

 NucNews - September 9, 2004
The Chechen attack in North Ossetia was not a hostage-taking incident but a suicide mission aimed at children, as shown by the fact that the terrorists did not present answerable demands, the placement of their weapons, and their behavior toward the captives during the siege.
A terrorist attack on the Indian Point nuclear power plant on the Hudson River 24 miles north of New York City would be catastrophic, according to a new research report commissioned by long-standing opponents of the nuclear generating station.
In the three years since the awful attacks of September 11, Indian Point has understandably received unprecedented scrutiny from the federal and state authorities that are responsible for making sure that the facility's two power plants are operated in a safe and secure manner. /nucnews/2004nn/0409nn/040909nn.htm   (20503 words)

 NucNews - March 24, 2004
The attack occurred as the officers parked their car in a main square and worshipers left a nearby mosque, the Associated Press reported, citing a Kirkuk police official.
Clarke, an expert on surprise attacks, is not shocked by the ferocity of the White House response.
I don't want to get involved in personal attacks on her just because she's involved in personal attacks on me. I think she has a great personal relationship with the president, and that's one of the best things a national security advisor can have. /nucnews/2004nn/0403nn/040324nn.htm   (21093 words)

 Priorities & Frivolities: March 2004 Archives
I suppose that the attacks on Clarke could have marked an attempt to reverse this weakness: by charging him with politicizing the War on Terror, then connecting him to Kerry, the administration hoped to strip Democrats of their weapon.
Professor Dunn is currently employed at CMC pursuant to a one-year, visiting contract that is scheduled to end on June 30, 2004.
He's also right to note that on several occasions, including after the attack on the Cole, I suggested that we bomb all of the Taliban and Al Qaida infrastructure, whether or not it would succeed in killing bin Laden. /archives/2004_03.php   (10869 words)

 The Agonist: March 7, 2004 - March 13, 2004 Archives
However, Spain's reasoning includes that the similarity of the explosives used are similar to those previously used by ETA, the timing attacks three days before a general elections, and the existence of previous plans by ETA to attack commuter trains in Spain.
Spanish Interior Minister Angel Acebes said late March 11 in Madrid that Spanish investigators are pursuing "a new line of investigation" as they seek the individuals responsible for exploding 10 bombs almost simultaneously on four crowded commuter trains during the morning rush hour.
Rowhani said the freeze was in direct retaliation for the IAEA resolution adopted March 13 that criticized Iran's lack of cooperation with the agency. /archives/week_2004_03_07-2004_03_13.html   (4689 words)

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