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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 2005, Syracuse, New York The Daily Dose Week three of'Get Fit with Bridget1 Snapshot: What gets on your last nerve? PAGE E-8 Love and Marriage DANCE ALL NIGHT Syracuse Stage's production of 'My Fair Lady' opens Friday. ENGAGED Becky and Matt met during The Post- Standard's Perfect Pair dating contest Now, they're getting married GETTING AWAY The runaway bride leaves some men ranting. PAGE E-1 GETTING THERE Tips on reading the body language of love. CNY, PAGE E-1 I CNY. PAGE E-2 wit4! c :oc-s SYRACUSE. N.Y. 50 CENTS FINAL EDITION THURSDAY. MAY 5, 2005 MUCH WARMER A high-pressure system will keep Central New York free of clouds today and allow wanner air to boost temperatures hack into the normal ranee. A few clouds might appear Friday, but rain isn't likely to fall dur- ing the rest of the week. Complete forecast D-10 HIGH: 63 39 HIUO uruys icsicu un umiurcii Without Required Protection Vietnamese leader announces visit to U.S. Vietnam's prime minister said Thursday in Canberra, Aus- tralia, that he plans to visit the United States new month, a visit that would make him the first Vietnamese leader to travel to the United States since the end of the war between the two countries 30 years ago. Prime Minister Phan Van Khai said arrangements were being made for him In visit Washington in June. "The purpose of my visit to the United States is to cicvat; our relationship to a higher plan: in a new he said. Prosecution rests its case in Michael Jackson trial District Attorney Tom Sned- don closed his case against Mi- chael Jackson Wednesday pend- ing a judge's decisions on some items he want introduced as evi- dence. The judge today will hear a motion to dismiss molestation charges against the pop singer. Bomber kills 60 Iraqis outside recruitment center A suicide attacker slipped into line at a police recruitment center in Irbil, Iraq, Wednesday and detonated a bomb in the deadliest insurgent attack in more than two months, police said. STOIUAGU-i Syracuse agency hears 'You're hired' from Trump Mark Russell and Associates will put together television and Donald Trump's Trump Plaza caiino. STOBT.FAGEM Le Moyne pitcher good at handling a 'curveball' Sarah Rccd showed softball coach Ken King she could adapt to change. The college is glad the former Jamesville-DeWitt pitching star could. Reed has been a versatile sparkplug on a Dolphins team that's again among the Division II elite. Corrections of Call Deputy Executive Editor Tim Bunn at 470-2240 to dis- cuss a correction on a news story. Subscripu'orl questions? Call 470-NEWS Index The research was conducted on foster children across the country in the 1990s. My John Solomon The Associated Press Washington Government-funded researchers tested AIDS drugs on hun- dreds of foster children over the past (wo decades, often without providing them a basic protection afforded in federal law and required by some states, an Associat- ed Press review has found. The research funded by the National Institutes of Health spanned the country. It was most widespread in the 1990s as foster care agencies sought for their HIV- infected children treatments that weren't yet available in the marketplace. The practice ensured that foster chil- dren mostly poor or minority re- cchcd care from world-class researchers at government expense, slowing their rate of death and extending their lives. But it also exposed a vulnerable population to the risks of medical research and drugs that were known to have serious side ef- fects in adults and for which the safety for children was unknown. The research was conducted in at least seven states Illinois. Louisiana, Mary- land, New York, North Carolina, Colo- rado and Texas and involved more than fnur studies. The foster chil- dren ranged frum infants to late teens, according to interviews and government records. Several studies that enlisted foster chil- KlEiW, FJLGH-4 CAPTURE A BREAKTHROUGH AGAINST AL-QAIDA (NT____ Comics .C-l -F-1 E-6 Entertainment. E-3 bed news A-2 limits____Wd KnrYok_A-12 (tonnes _B-4 Spots_____D-l Siods_____C-3 Teleirision___E-S MPOST-SIMiMID ...Jlllll....... 96A04M1184 Rs 1 CRORE MATI-UR-REHMAN Alias Samad District: Multan Rs 2CRORE AMJAD HUSSAIN Alias Amjad Farooqi District: Faisalabad MANSOOR WiasChota Ibrahim ABU FARAJ AL LIBBI Alias Dr. Taufeeq Country Libya QARI EHSAN lias Shahid District: Bahawalpur Rs 50LAKH OMARAQDAS Alias Sohall District: Shlekhupura "NDIVIDUALS ARE WANTED FOR ACTS OF GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN OFFERS PERSON GIVING INFORMATION LEADING TO ST. IDENTIFICATION OF THE INFORMER BEKEPTSECRET. Oswego family hears of desperate Fverest rescue trv By Suzanne M. Kills Staff wntpr As his family awaiu the return of Michael O'Brien's body to I about how he died Sunday on the southwest face of Mount Ev- erest. Much of that detail came from postings by climbers at everest-, including one by Christopher O'Brien, Michael O'Brien's brother, climbing partner and lifelong friend. His dispatch recalls his older brother's fall into the crevasse, the frantic attempts to save him and the final moments of Mi- chael O'Brien's life. Since the fall on Sunday, the O'Brien family hasn't been able to speak for more than a few minutes with Christopher, 32, of Haddonficld, NJ. When he has been able to talk with his father, Dr. David O'Brien, of Oswcjro, the hurried conversations needed 'Dangerous enemy5 is taken Aaocuted Pakistani officials announced Wednesday the capture of Abu Farraj ai-Libbi, (at right) described as the operational planner and the third most senior leader of al- Qaida. A Pakistani wanted poster showed al-Libbi (upper (Jews service reports Inside: Who is Abu Farraj President Bush hailed the capture as a critical victory that "removes a dangerous enemy who is a direct threat to America and for those who love freedom." Inside Chris writes about the attempt to save bis brother's life: "I saw Mike lying on the At climbers tell what they found. Blair Falahey: "I clipped into the fixed line with my safety and began to traverse. Then I heard a very faint cry for help." Mark Merwin: "I think the accident could have happened to any climber on the mountain that day, except for the moit paranoid and overly cautious climber." to focus on the details of Christopher's return with Mi- chael's body. Michael O'Brien, who lived in Seattle, was 39. For Kathryn Caltabiano, a sis- ter of the Oswego natives, read- Police: Henninger teen stabbed over cell phone By Sue Weiberahl