Newsday from New York, New York on May 9, 2004 · 21
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Newsday from New York, New York · 21

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Sunday, May 9, 2004
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IV UWV - jr‘ WORLDNATION BRIEFS SCTSOfF Ural Sunni and Shia Muslims exchanged gunfire yesterday in Karachi killing at least one passerby in sectarian didies triggered by a suicide bombing at a mosque Friday in southern Pakistan Two other people were wounded in the unrest which occurred after Shias mourning worshippers killed in Friday’sbkst pelted a Sunni mosque with stones in Karachi police said Police fired tear ms to disperse the crowds Friday's bombing killed 14 people and -wounded more uurn 200 Police have released a sketch of the suspected suicide bomber dressed like -a Shia cleric based on de- acriptkms from survivors - N KOREA! JAPAN CLOSE ' North Korea yesterday - : accused Japan of being on the verge of possessing nuclear weapons The charge carried in a report by North Korea’s state news agency was the latest assault against one of t five countries meeting next week to discuss how to--break up the North’s suspected nuclear arms program Japan is a nonnuclear-weapon state party to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty but is a producer of nuclear energy 40 HURT IN GERMAN COMMUTER RAO CRASH A commuter train collided with a track-laying locomotive yesterday morning in Munich Germany injuring more than 40 people 10 seriously police said The commuter train with about 100 people on board was approaching the Leuchten-bergring station at about 20 mph at the time of the accident Germany's Deut-l railroad Si sche Bahn of the drivers have run a red said one to appeared light ere broke into the family tomb of legendary conductor Arturo Toscanini on Tomorron inE) onthebackof Thursday night opening his tombstone police I yesterday in Milan ' Italy The motive was unclear given that nothing was believed to have been stolen but police didn’t rule out the possibility the cul-re — ftp ' r The damage was ' : ito the tomb of :' ' Wanda Toscanini HorpW- its the daughter of the?rX : conductor and wife of the X pianist Vladimir Horowitz " who is also buried in the : tomb She died in 1998 SMI IN CAPSIZING OFF small boat ( plefzomai capsized in Mount Hope Bay 0n Rhode Island during the - ‘ auardrepa i dled and Officials saidweather might have wmtriKutwIintfcf nyljwit Christopher Duarte swam to shore about laun i Duarte 35 was : rescued and boqrftalized in frWfil ynmBripn HithnnriM said Police Chief Thomas 7 Blakey said authorities were 3-' Still searching for the boy's aunt Kelleigh Ouellette 24 The dead were the boy’s -mother Edwina Duarte 34 a cousin James Duarte 23 and Ouellette’s boyfriend Richard Doehler 39 All were from Fall River Mass MAN HELD IN SCHOOL Police held a man torques- tiooingaboutadrive-by shooting that wounded four timagere leaving a haskrtball game at their school Police ssid no charges had been filed and file search for sus- -X pecti continues Witnesses told police a car with four people pulled up to Randall- stownHiiSduol in Baltimore Comity Md about 4:30 pun Friday and frie driver and a passenger got out : said The driver shot r or five times then handed the gun to thepassenaer who also fired The car men spedafE - Compiled fromnewt dispatches 1 'Vy ' 1 Militarism decried In protest against military control of the government a student in Jakarta Indonesia yesterday holds a poster with photos of former military chiefs who are running for president German teeri: I hatched worm THE ASSOCIATED PRESS s’ HANOVER Germany — A high-school student has confessed to fwring the “Sasser" worm that generated chaoa : acroas die dne over die week by infecting hundreds of 'thousand! of computers authorities said yesterday The teenager whose name was not released was arrested Friday in the northern village of Waffensen where he lives with his family In a search of his home German investigators confiscated his customized computer which they said contained the worm’s source code “As a result of die student’s detailed testimony about the viruses he spread be baa been identified dearly as the author” the state criminal office in Hanover said in a statement Spokesman Detlef Ehrike said Breaking the How to tell your partner : and family you have HIV Aff GETTY IMAGES ed on suspicion of computer sabotage which carries a maximum sentence of 5 years in pris-1 on and was released after questioning pending charges The worm raced around die world exploiting a flaw in Microsoft's Windows operating system Last Monday It hit public hospitals in Hong Kong and Taiwan post offices Twenty British Airways flights were delayed about 10 minutes each on Tuesday British coast guard stations used pen and paper for charts normally generated by said informants on Wednesday offered information about the worm's creator The teenager told officials that his original intention was to create a virus called "Netsky A” that would combat the “My-doom” and “Eagle” viruses netvs friends g No parachute jump for vote i: A group of World War II veterans won’t get to ' commemorate the 60th : -anniversary of the Allied " ' invasion of France next month the way they ' j wanted — the Army - decided they're too old to X safely parachute into ? A Normandy ”1 was really looking forward to ft” said Howard Greenberg w 79 Greenberg served X with the Ttth Airborne in" t X the Pacific and jumped v into Normandy in 1994 -s on the 50th anniversary of D-Day Some of his I: group landed on e hod of -cows "The Army realized that these guys have - trained and they are the J ' exception among average 80-year-olds ' said Bob 1 McCaffery of the Friends of D-Day 2004 which is f : raising money to pay for ' £ the jump TBut they said ' the risk of an injury C happening at a ceremony of this magnitude was V' just too great” ' X ap ‘ V j Vr TINS DATE M MSTORY 1948i US officials r announced that a midnight entertainment ' curfew was being lifted ' X immediately t 19801 Thirty-five motorists i- were killed when a : Liberian freighter rammed the Sunshine Skyway - 'v X Bridge over Tampa Bay' ' Y Fla causing a 1400-foot " section to collapse i South Africa's -newly elected parliament chose -Nelson Mandela to ' X be-the country’s first black president i LATIN AMIRKA '"X Friqfud ullluiicu Mexico end Cuba fight I over US influence £: In the region u A21 -:N vi- “ i

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