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  September 2002 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An attempted coup by disaffected former soldiers of Côte d'Ivoire was put down, with the death of the alleged coup leader, General Robert Guéï, a former military dictator of the country.
September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack/Memorials and Services: The US Congress convenes for a one-day joint session in Federal Hall in New York City, the original capital of the United States.
2002 US Open: Lindsay Davenport defeated Yelena Bovina to advance to the semi-finals against the winner of Serena Williams vs. Daniela Hantuchová; Monica Seles defeated Martina Hingis to advance to the quarter-finals against Venus Williams.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/September_2002   (1453 words)

 Global E-Government Full Report, Sept., 2002 (HTML File)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Since global e-government still is in its infancy, it is a perfect time to measure the extent of web service delivery, compare differences that exist across nations, and see how the 2002 results compare to 2001.
The analysis was undertaken during June and July, 2002 at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
As shown below, twice as many government websites in 2002 were likely to rely on ads (8 percent) as was true in 2001.
www.insidepolitics.org /egovt02int.html   (4338 words)

 Glass News from Angela 18th September 2002
Broadfield House Glass Museum is putting on a 'Pressed Glass Weekend' on the 28th and 29th September (Saturday and Sunday).
d: Glass Behind the Iron Curtain, 1948-1978 Corning Museum of Glass, 16 May 2002 - 21 Oct 2002, New York.
Published September 2002 by Collector Books, author Betty Sisk.
www.glassnewsletter.com /020918news.html   (1297 words)

 BOOKVIEWS: September 2002
To gain a greater understanding of the world before and after September 11, you would do well to read Thomas L. Friedman’s Longitudes and Attitudes ($26.00, Farrar, Straus and Giroux), a collection of this Pulitzer Prize winning columnist’s work for The New York Times.
Among the many other titles are Breakdown ($27.95, Regnery) by Bill Gertz that looks at the way the nation’s vaunted intelligence community failed to connect the dots and thwart 9-11.
These authors analyze where the nation is headed and demonstrate how we can cope and ultimately thrive, drawing on he lessons from previous crisis such as Pearl Harbor, the Great Depression, and the Civil War.
www.bookviews.com /archive/bookviews-sept2002.htm   (5584 words)

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