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Briefs


Ap, Compiled from news services, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


IRAQ Diplomats Get To See American Detainees

For the first time, Iraq allowed Western diplomats on Thursday to visit two Americans held in custody since they strayed across the border 10 days ago.

The two Americans are William Barloon, 39, a McDonnell Douglas employee, and David Daliberti, 41, who works for Kay Associates. Both companies do work for the Kuwaiti Defense Ministry.

One source who insisted on anonymity confirmed the men were being held in Baghdad and are in good condition but refused to give further details. Another source said Western diplomats visited the men. Compiled from news services

***** GENEVA Italian To Head World Trade Organization

Former Italian Trade Minister Renato Ruggiero was named as the first head of the new World Trade Organization on Thursday, ending months of wrangling between the United States, Europe and Asia.

Ruggiero's appointment had been expected since the U.S.-backed candidate, former Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari, withdrew. The United States later supported Ruggiero but insisted that he serve only one four-year term and that the next candidate be from a non-European country. AP

***** SWEDEN Deportation Of Croatian Refugees Halted

Under fire from human rights groups and even a member of the royal family, Sweden on Thursday suspended the deportations of some 5,000 refugees from the Bosnian war. Swedish charities had defied the deportation order, hiding hundreds of refugees in homes and churches and inflaming the nation's debate over immigration policy.

The Swedish government, under pressure to stem a flood of asylum-seekers, had claimed the refugees will be safe back in Croatia. But many Swedes felt a moral obligation to protect the people who fled the fighting last year. On Thursday, the government suspended the deportations. AP

***** BOSNIA Izetbegovic Wants Tougher U. …

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