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September 13, 2000

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- The Air Force announced yesterday it has selected five U.S. companies to provide worldwide airlift services through fiscal year 2001. The cost of the contracts totals more than $700 million.

The largest award went to Emery Worldwide Airlines. Emery received a $421 million contract "to provide for FY 2001 international airlift services in support of Air Mobility Command," according to the Air Force statement.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(630 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(630 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(650 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(630 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(648 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(630 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(650 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

(648 words)

Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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Sept. 13, 2000 -- Key government officials told a congressional panel today they are trying to find a balance between maintaining national security and protecting commercial interests before negotiating with members of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention on inspection protocols.

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September 12, 2000

Sept. 12, 2000 -- While U.S. military force size in the Persian Gulf remains steady, the Pentagon will keep a closer eye on Iraq over the next few weeks because, historically, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has shown a proclivity for military action during the later months of the year, Pentagon spokesman Kenneth Bacon told reporters today. Iraq waged war against Iran in 1980, invaded Kuwait in 1990, began moving military divisions to Kuwait in 1994, and attacked the Kurds in 1996 -- all within the August through October time period, he said.

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Sept. 12, 2000 -- While U.S. military force size in the Persian Gulf remains steady, the Pentagon will keep a closer eye on Iraq over the next few weeks because, historically, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has shown a proclivity for military action during the later months of the year, Pentagon spokesman Kenneth Bacon told reporters today. Iraq waged war against Iran in 1980, invaded Kuwait in 1990, began moving military divisions to Kuwait in 1994, and attacked the Kurds in 1996 -- all within the August through October time period, he said.

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