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JAPAN: Koizumi's Postal Bomb
The Prime Minister's rejected reform legislation by Japan's Upper House is grave news for him and his ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

IRAQ: Friendly-fire victim Fights for Compensation with Claims that Titan Abandoned Him
by David Washburn and Bruce V. BigelowThe San Diego Union-Tribune
Mazin al Nashi's worries escalated when he learned that the fledgling Iraqi insurgency had put a $250,000 bounty on the heads of interpreters. He had never received any body armor from Titan.

US: Ebbers Set to Shed His Assets
by Gretchen MorgensonNew York Times

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CHINA: Google Moves In
BBC news
Google has secured a licence to operate in China, enabling it to compete more effectively with rivals in the world's second-largest internet market.











IRAQ: Filipino Workers Urged to Leave Iraq
Associated Press
Government officials on Sunday urged about 6,000 Filipino workers to immediately leave Iraq after a foiled kidnapping injured two Filipinos, stressing that the situation there remains very dangerous for foreign workers.

CHINA: Lucent Execs face bribery charges in China and Saudi Arabia

U.S.: Cubic Receives Contract to Compete for U.S. Army Force Management Services
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U.S.: Cubic Receives Contract to Compete for U.S. Army Force Management Services
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IRAQ: Dirty Warriors
by Barry Yeoman Mother Jones
How South African hit men, Serbian paramilitaries, and other human rights violators became guns for hire for military contractors in Iraq

GERMANY: DaimlerChrysler Facing SEC Investigation
by David MchughNational Post (Canada)
Automaking giant DaimlerChrysler AG said Thursday that it was under investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission after a fired employee told labour officials he was dismissed for complaining that the company was using secret bank accounts to bribe government officials.

U.S.: Titan Revenue Up 12 Percent, Profit Flat
by Bruce V. BigelowSan Diego Union-Tribune
Titan's wartime translator business helped drive a 12 percent increase in third-quarter revenue, but legal costs hurt.

IRAQ: $80K a Year? Many Say No Thanks
http://newsobserver.com/business/story/1758902p-8038598c.html
Scores of contractors that flocked to Iraq from around the world have also pulled out in recent months because of the escalating violence.

United Nations to use Iraq Oil-for-Food Program funds for investigation
Wall Street Journal

Jordan: World Bank Trains Iraqi Civil Servants Ahead of Development Schemes
Agence France-Presse
Seventy-five Iraqi civil servants completed here a training course organised by the World Bank ahead of implementing emergency development schemes in the war-battered country, a bank official said Monday.

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