Washington, USA - Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin said Thursday that his country would opt out of the contentious U.S. missile defense program, a move that is expected to please constituents at home but could further strain relations with Washington after Canada's opposition to the Iraq war.
Dodging allegations of sexual harassment, Ruud Lubbers said yesterday that he resigned his post as high commissioner for refugees to spare United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan further grief.
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