- Making News: Arafat Appoints New Head of Security
Backing down in the face of rioting in the Gaza Strip, Yasser Araft has replaced his cousin Moussa Arafat as head of security. Award-winning journalist Daoud Kuttab, director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in Jerusalem and host of an Internet radio station in Amman, Jordan, has more.
- Reporter's Notebook: Are Authorities Keeping Olympic Doping Cases Secret?
When the Olympic Track and Field trials ended yesterday in Sacramento, Marion Jones and Torri Edwards were part of America-s preliminary Olympic team-even though they-re both involved in ongoing doping investigations. How many other athletes also are suspect-without sports fans or their competitors being told about it? David Wharton raises that issue in today-s Los Angeles Times.
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