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...Louis XVI of France, who was 15. In 1975, Japanese climber Junko Tabei became the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest. In 2002, the remains of kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl were unearthed in Pakistan.

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...York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. In 1985, a federal judge in New York found former Wall Street Journal reporter R. Foster Winans guilty of illegally using his position at the paper in a get-rich-quick insider-trading scheme...

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...President Bush submitted a $2.77 trillion budget blueprint for fiscal 2007. In the world In 1987, Wall Street Journal reporter Gerald Seib was released after being detained six days by Iran, accused of being a spy for Israel; Iran said the...

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...in The Hague, accused of war crimes. Pakistan charged three men in connection with the kidnapping of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in Karachi (they and a fourth man were later convicted of Pearl's murder). An Iranian passenger...

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...Iraqi officials in the standoff over weapons inspections. In 2002, the State Department declared that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was dead, a month after he'd been abducted by Islamic extremists in Pakistan.

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Journalists in a snit over Murdoch

...conservative entity - has moved it beyond liberal reach. Oh groan. The Washington Post's David Ignatius, a former Journal reporter, said strangely in an Aug. 2 column that things began to get tough for The Journal financially when the overtly...

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...station. In Zaire, President Mobutu Sese Seko ended 32 years of autocratic rule, giving control of the country to rebel forces. In 2002, the remains of kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl were unearthed in Pakistan.

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...presidential race, bidding for the nomination of the Green Party. In 2002, the State Department declared that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was dead, a month after he'd been abducted by Islamic extremists in Pakistan. President Bush failed...

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...In 2002, U.S. officials announced a $5 million reward for information in the kidnap-murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. At the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Irish rockers U2 won four prizes, including record of the year...

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...1950, the Israeli Knesset approved a resolution proclaiming Jerusalem the capital of Israel. In 2002, Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was abducted in Karachi, Pakistan, by a group demanding the return of prisoners from the Afghan campaign...

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