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Their mission has nothing to do with drugs - until now, the defining issue in Colombia for American policy and American military officials makers - but instead with pro- said in interviews in recent days. tecting a pipeline that carries crude to an oil-hungry America. The 500-mile pipeline, which snakes through eastern Colom- bia, transporting 100,000 barrels of oil a day for Occidental Petro- leum of Los Angeles, is emerging Middle Eastern oil. That new ap- as a new front in the terror war. proach, outlined in the adminis- Potentially one of Colombia's most valuable assets, the pipeline has long been vulnerable to bomb- ings by Colombia's guerrilla Gulf oil supplies from the looming groups, which along with the country's paramilitary outfits are included on the Bush administra- arts of counterinsurgency. Over SOME DEMOCRATS OBJECT will receive American training, which will begin in earnest in January, Bush administration House Panel Backs Measure - Senate Likely to Weigh The policy shift dovetails with the Bush adnministration's new, global emphasis on expanding and diversifying the sources of America's oil imports, with an eye to reducing dependence on Alternative Resolutions By ALISON MITCHELL WASHINGTON, Oct. 3- Congress began its push today toward grant- ing President Bush the authority to use force against Iraq. An outnum- bered but determined group of Dem- ocrats and some Republicans tried to buck the bipartisan sentiment to give Mr. Bush broad discretion to initiate tration's energy report issued last year, is gaining ever more impor- tance with the threat to Persian war with Iraq The $94 million counterinsur- military operations against Saddam Hussein. A day after President Bush and House leaders of both parties reached agreement on an Iraq reso- lution, a subdued Senate late today agreed to open debate on Iraq, which is expected to begin in earnest on Friday. "It is up to us today to send a message to the world and to Ameri- ca's friends," said the minority lead- er, Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi. "that we are committed to stand with them to eliminate the threat that this rogue regime poses to the peace of the world." Across Capitol Hill, the House In- ternational Relations Committee beat back a dozen attempts by a handful of Democrats to change the resolution supported by the White House. The committee voted 31 to 11 to send Mr. Bush's preferred version to the House. Democrats on the com- mittee split 10 to 9 in favor of the gency program is also an impor- tant element in the offensive by Colombia's new government against two rebel groups and a paramilitary force that dominate much of the country. Pipeline bombings by the guer- rillas cost the government nearly tion's liet of tion's list of terrorist organiza- tions. Sometime in the next month, in a significant shift in American policy, United States Special Forces will arrive in Colombia to Larado RomerorThe New York Times Columbia President Takes Helm Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, left, and United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, right, attended the inauguration of Lee C. Bollinger as president of Columbia University yesterday. Page B4. begin training Lieutenant Zuniga and his 35-man squad in the finer $500 million last year - a blow in a country where oil accounts for 25 percent of revenues. The two main rebel groups, which view Occidental as a symbol of Ameri- can imperialism, have bombed the pipeline 948 times since the 1980's, while extorting oil royalty payments from local government officials. The Colombian military has in- creased security recently, deploy- ing five of the six battalions in the 6,000-man 18th Brigade to pipe- line protection, up from just two battalions last year. As a result, the number of bombings has fall- en to 30 this year, from 170 the year before, Colombian military officials say. But the goal is to eliminate the bombings altogeth- er, they say, and to accomplish that they need help. "We have been fighting here, TRIALS ARE HALTED ON A GENE THERAPY Mies 200 Echoes of Bush v. Gore Carbbean Soa PANAMA Coveñas G.O.P. Asks Justices to Cast Deciding Vote In Battle Over New Jersey's Senate Ballot VENEZUELA Ol pipeline Child in Experiment Falls III– ARAUCA Bogota Saravena By LINDA GREENHOUSE New Setback for Research WASHINGTON, Oct. 3- Again? Is it conceivable that not even two years after the United States Su- legal one: persuading any justices who might be inclined to intervene in this state election law dispute that preme Court brought the presiden- there is a plausible basis for the COLOMBIA By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG WASHINGTON, Oct. 3- Officials in the United States and France said today that they had suspended four gene therapy experiments because the treatment, which cured a 3-year- old boy of a fatal immune deficiency, may have given him an illness simi- lar to leukemia. Scientists conducting the research said it was not clear whether the boy, who was treated as an infant in France, was made sick by the ther- apy. Hut officials at the Food and BRAZIL tial election to a close with its 5-to-4 Supreme Court to assert its jurisdic- resolution. Two Republicans, James ECUADOR tion. And on that score, given what the justices would put they had to work with, the lawyers themselves on the line probably did as good a job as anyone A. Leach of lowa and Ron Paul of Texas, opposed it. "The train is now on its way," said Representative Tom Lantos of Cali- decision in Bush v. Gore, News PERU Analysis again in a state election case that this time cou ld determine control of the Senate? That chance presented itself today could. The Supreme Court has jurisdic- fornia, the ranking Democrat on the The New Yerk Times committee who backed the resolu- tion only over questions arising un- der the federal Constitution and fed- in the form of an "application fer eral statutes. The Republican peti- emergency relief" filed at the court tion offered the justices a bit from both categories, including nods to constitutional due process and to a The oil pipeline snakes its way from Saravena to the coast, tion. The major dividing line in Con- gress is not whether to give Mr. Bush the authority to go to war against Iraq, but how much authority to give Continued on Page A6 by the New Jersey Republican Par ty. The Republicans asked for a stay of the New Jersey Supreme Court's teelnton.on Wednesdey to nermi for- Texas Home Insurance Crisis federal statute on absentee voting. him. Both the House and Senate are Mostereativelv.the Renub Republicans expected to take finnl votes an.the ANDES
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