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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 5, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, October 29).
Date:10/28/2007

Council over Iran's nuclear program. With the new sanctions, Washington is telling European and Asian banks and companies to shun Iran unless they want to be labeled rogues themselves-and perhaps lose the right to do business in the world's richest market, America.

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"A Terrorist Walks Free" (p. 39). Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff reports on the case of Jamal al-Badawi, a fanatic Yemeni follower of Osama bin Laden, who was sentenced to death in a Yemeni court for his role in the bombing of the USS Cole and was released from prison last week. He was reportedly receiving well wishers at this home outside Aden. "This guy has the blood of 17 sailors on his hands-and they just let him go?" said FBI agent Ali Soufan. "Mark my words. This guy will kill again."

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POLITICS: "The Once And Future Queen" (p. 41). Senior Writer and Political Correspondent Jonathan Darman compares the state of Queen Elizabeth in the new film, "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," with Hillary Clinton and her presidential campaign and public life. The movie underscores brilliantly how simple-minded, how often irrelevant, our discussions of women and power can be.

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ELLIS COSE: "Ignore the Noose Makers" (p. 52). Contributing Editor Ellis Cose writes that after the brouhaha in Jena, La., nooses have appeared in numerous places, "spawning an orgy of coverage along with questions about their significance and potential harm." But instead of a racial crisis, what's really happening is an outbreak of "copycat idiocy perpetrated by mean-spirited people who get a thrill out of seeing others riled up."

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