urge students to work toward peace
By Erin LaMourie
Four Nobel Peace Prize Laureates challenged students Thursday to
take action toward world peace during the war on terrorism by beginning
to address problems of poverty and world hunger.
jets strike Afghanistan in daylight
Pakistani officials aknowledge U.S.
military presence for the first time
By Kathy Gannon and Amir Shah
Afghanistan The first daylight raid on the Afghan capital
in the 5-day-old U.S.-led air campaign sent shoppers scattering
in panic Thursday, jumping on donkey carts and bicycles to flee
heavy explosions. In the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar, a hit on
a munitions dump set off a series of deafening blasts and
an exodus of civilians toward the Pakistani border.
woman listens to speakers at a memorial service at the Pentagon
Thursday for the military and civilian workers who were
killed when a plane hijacked by terrorists crashed into
the building last month.
with Quentin Tarantino
Director expounds on Iron Monkey release
and the effects of the attack on movies
By Jack Mathews
Normally, when a big-name director agrees to present
a foreign or obscure art-house movie in order to bring attention
to it in the mainstream press, the name is all you see. But in the
case of Yuen Wo Pings Iron Monkey, a 1990 Hong
Kong action film that Miramax has retrieved from the video racks
for a major theatrical release, the presenter Quentin Tarantino
couldnt be more enthusiastic if hed directed
is glorified cheese, falls short on plot
Who is Corky?, the advertisements
ask. My question is, who really cares?