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SEPTEMBER 25, 2000 VOL. 156 NO. 12

C O V E R   S T O R Y
INDONESIA: Enough Is Enough
After a deadly and mysterious bomb attack at Jakarta's stock exchange, citizens are desperate for President Wahid to take decisive action to restore stability
Sick Man of Asia: Just how ill is Suharto?
Interview: The Defense Minister sees conspiracies
Outside Help: Can the world do anything to bring peace?


A S I A
THE PHILIPPINES: Going In Hard
Fed up with delays and more kidnappings, Manila launches a military assault to free hostages held by Muslim rebels

PAKISTAN: You Can't Go Home Again
Politics blocks the return of Bengali refugees to Bangladesh

U N I T E D   S T A T E S
ESPIONAGE: Dumb and Dumber
The collapse of the government's case against nuclear scientist Wen Ho Lee has authorities looking foolish—and reckless
Asian America: The Lee case highlights discrimination

INNOVATORS: The Next Wave
Who's Cool In a Hot Medium




B U S I N E S S
JAPAN: Fighting Back
Despite the appearance of dedicated service, the nation's consumers have long had a raw deal. But a series of product mishaps has prompted activists to challenge the giants
Viewpoint: The consumer movement is working

S P O R T
SUMMER OLYMPICS: Notebook
Highlights from the first few days

T H E   A R T S
CINEMA: The First Empress
With a new movie starring Richard Gere, actress Joan Chen takes on a new role as a Hollywood director

E N D   P A G E S
SPOTLIGHT

MILESTONES

TRAVEL WATCH
Talk Can Be Cheap for Tech-Savvy Travelers

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