- Making News: UN Secretary General Calls for Immediate End to Mid-East Conflict
Secretary General Kofi Annan today accused Hezbollah of starting the trouble and Israel of over-reaction. He told the UN Security Council that 500,000 refugees could soon become more than a million. Colum Lynch, who covers the United Nations for the Washington Post, has the details.
- Reporter's Notebook: President Bush Addresses the NAACP for the First Time
For five years, America's oldest civil rights organization has invited President Bush to address its annual convention, but until today he had "other commitments." We hear what he told NAACP delegates about racism and the Republican Party and how they reacted. Julie Davis is White House Correspondent for the Baltimore Sun. Curley Clark is President of the Jackson County-Moss Point NAACP.
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