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KOSOVO - Nato commanders say they have reached a tentative agreement with Kosovar Albanian rebel leaders to gradually disband the KLA as an organized military force. The European Union announced plans to provide $1.5 billion over the next three years for the reconstruction of Kosovo.

GUN CONTROL - Democrats are moving to capitalize politically on the Republican-controlled House not passing even modest gun-control legislation.

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN - Vice President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush are battling it out over the "moderate middle", with ideological extremes out of bounds.

SON OF SAM - The serial killer David Berkowitz, known as the Son of Sam, wept in prison over the coming release of a Spike Lee movie called "Summer of Sam."

SNOWFEST - The International Olympic Committee chose Turin, Italy, to host the 2006 Winter Olympics.

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