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  • South Korean women chatting next to a sculpture in Seoul, fleeing flooding north of Bangkok, postattack precautions in Kashmir, and more.

    Asia in Pictures

  • It is true that pre-attack vaccination will make any postattack policy work better by reducing the number of susceptibles in the population.

    'The Government Must Plan For Mass Vaccinations'

  • I think the most important thing is to plan for efficient postattack mass vaccinations.

    'The Government Must Plan For Mass Vaccinations'

  • The risks posed by vaccination are not really an issue postattack in a large outbreak.

    'The Government Must Plan For Mass Vaccinations'

  • At the Pentagon, Baran found planners who were thinking in unemotional terms about postattack scenarios and making quantitative estimates of the destruction that would result from a Soviet nuclear ballistic missile attack.

    Where Wizards Stay Up Late

  • HUNTER: The latest edition of the reality behemoth "Survivor" aired Thursday in a new, postattack climate.

    CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2001

  • But conversations with eight current and recent top Israeli security officials suggested several things: since Israel has been demanding the new sanctions, including an oil embargo and seizure of Iran's Central Bank assets, it will give the sanctions some months to work; the sanctions are viewed here as probably insufficient; a military attack remains a very real option; and postattack situations are considered less perilous than one in which Iran has nuclear weapons.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In September 2001, Congress passed the Air Transportation Safety and System Stabilization Act, which authorized payments of up to five billion dollars in assistance to reimburse airlines for the postattack four-day shutdown of air traffic and attributable losses through the end of 2001.

    EconTalk

  • The fact that Warner Bros. moved "Training Day's" release date from Sept. 21 to Oct. 5 was as much a consequence of postattack decorum than advertising: the studio felt it could not adequately promote the film while TV stations, magazines and newspapers offered saturation terrorism coverage. "

    'Day' Of Reckoning

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