- Making News: The Bloodiest Day in Baghdad
As George Bush went to New York for the 60th anniversary of the United Nations, more than 150 people were killed and hundreds injured today in Iraq. In Baghdad, 114 were killed in a single car bombing in a Shia part of the city. Babak Dehghanpisheh, who reports for Newsweek magazine, says the insurgents' attacks appear to be retaliation for the recent military offensive in Tal Afar.
- Reporters Notebook: President Bush Speaks at UN Summit
More than 100 national leaders attended today's opening session of the United Nations. This year's agenda focuses on world poverty and UN reform. In a rare Security Council appearance, President Bush urged passage of resolutions on terrorism and Africa. Secretary General Kofi Annan appealed for renewed confidence in the UN itself. Evelyn Leopold, who covers the UN for Reuters, has highlights.
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