Washington Hyper File

EPF edition

U.S. Department of State

Wednesday, January 9, 2002

301 Transcript: White House Daily Briefing, January 9, 2002
(President's schedule, Afghanistan/pipeline, release of high-ranking Taliban/reaction, fundraisers, legal status of prisoners from war, status of John Walker, Palestinian Authority/intercepted ship, Moussaoui trial, hydrogen-based fuel cells/CAFE standards, Enron/Waxman letter, Oregon/President's remarks on terrorism, Pakistan/crash of KC-130, Governor Bush/tax cut delay in Florida, India/visit of Home Minister, Secretary Rumsfeld/status with media, racial profiling, Mexico/immigration policy, State of the Union address, President's stand on nuclear testing) (6220)

302 Transcript: State Department Noon Briefing, January 9, 2002
(Powell travel to South Asia/Japan, Israel/Palestinian Authority, India/Pakistan, Lifting Arms Sales Restriction on Tajikistan/Yugoslavia, Terrorism, Afghanistan, Russia, China) (4770)

303 Transcript: Defense Secretary Says War on Terrorism Unfinished
(Jan. 8 Rumsfeld interview on C-Span) (5770)

304 Excerpt: Afghan Government Building National Army
(Rumsfeld regrets civilian casualties but defends military action) (1620)

305 Fact Sheet: U.S. Blocks Assets of Two Terrorist-Funding Groups
(Organizations diverted money donated for widows,orphans) (550)

306 Transcript: U.S. Senators Support Pakistan's Anti-Terror Efforts
(Senators Hope For Reduced Tensions Between India, Pakistan) (4070)

307 Text: O'Neill Reports Progress Against Terrorist Financing
(Blocks assets of two more organizations) (980)

308 Text: U.S. Lifts FMD Restrictions on Netherlands, N. Ireland, Japan
(Says they are free of foot-and-mouth disease, rinderpest) (450)

309 Byliner: U.S. Embassy Official on China's Accession to WTO
(He views Chinese accession as positive for world economy) (2130)

310 Byliner: Under Secretary of State Larson on WTO Negotiations
(He cites potential benefits for developing countries) (1480)

311 Byliner: Under Secretary of Agriculture Penn on WTO Negotiations
(Sustainable development part of U.S. goal, he says) (1270)

312 Byliner: Senate Finance Committee Chairman Baucus on WTO
(He cites need for more rigorous congressional oversight) (1650)

313 Text: Commerce Rules Against National-Security Import Limits
(Major iron ore suppliers deemed "safe" for U.S. security) (540)

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