Milestones

LANDED. FEI JUNLONG, 40, and NIE HAISHENG, 41, the crew of the Shenzhou VI, China's second manned spacecraft; in Inner Mongolia. Last year, China became the third country after the U.S. and Russia to send humans into space. The launch of the Shenzhou VI, China's first space mission with two astronauts, was broadcast live on Chinese television, as were images of Fei and Nie emerging triumphantly from the space capsule at the end of their 115-hour, 32-minute trip. China's space program has announced plans for its first extravehicular space walk by 2007.

PLEADED NOT GUILTY. SADDAM HUSSEIN, 68,...

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