「German Labor's New Reality」By MARK LANDLER Germany's unions are waging a battle to remain viable, as global competition threatens to undo half a century of rights won by millions of German workers. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/26/business/worldbusiness/26labor.html "By American standards, Germany remains a workers' paradise." "strict job-protection laws make it hard for companies to fire German employees, and those who are laid off receive substantial unemployment benefits."
「U.S. Widens Campaign on North Korea」 http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/24/international/asia/24korea.html The Bush administration is expanding what it calls "defensive measures" against North Korea, urging nations from China to the former Soviet states to deny overflight rights to aircraft that the United States says are carrying weapons technology, according to two senior administration officials.
「Unseen Enemy Is at Its Fiercest in a Sunni City」 By SABRINA TAVERNISE In Ramadi, Iraq, U.S. forces fight to hold turf in a war against an enemy who seems to be everywhere but is not often seen. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/23/international/middleeast/23ramadi.html
Blasts in Central Baghdad Three suicide vehicles exploded near two hotels popular with foreigners, killing at least six people.
「Powerful Ears Still Turning to Adviser」 By RICHARD W. STEVENSON I. Lewis Libby Jr.'s influence throughout the Bush administration has helped make him a central figure in the C.I.A. leak case. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/23/politics/23libby.html