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Date: 2001-05-01 22:34:57

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NKorea claims US spying: North Korea claims that US spy planes conducted
more than 150 flights over its territory in April, says CNN. The planes took
photos and conducted electronic reconnaissance.

'Net War': Chinese and US hackers traded insults across the internet as part
of a threatened week-long "Net War," breaking into dozens of corporate and
government computers on both sides of the Pacific and replacing web pages
with political statements, reports the Wall Street Journal. UPI says the
Chinese attackers do not appear to be connected to the Chinese government.

'No big deal': Top US computer security experts are playing down the
significance of a spate of web vandalism expressing pro-Chinese and anti-US
sentiments, says Reuters.

bin Laden has nukes? Terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden is rumored to have
some 20 nuclear weapons, says WorldNetDaily.


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