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MARCH 6, 2000 VOL. 155 NO. 9

Spotlight

SUPER NATURALLY: Thirty-one years after his legendary Woodstock performance, veteran rocker Carlos Santana, 52, made an equally stunning comeback to land eight top Grammy Awards, including best album, matching Michael Jackson's one-night record. The son of Mexico, it seems, never missed a beat. Art for TIME by Michael Rios -- Heaven Smiles (Photo of Santana by Mark Brady)

Winners
MOHAMMED REZA KHATAMI
Reformist brother of Iran's President sweeps to election victory on democracy platform
JOHN F. KENNEDY
Ex-U.S. Prez to be immortalized as a G.I. Joe action figure. How about Jackie O as Barbie?
PETER COSGROVE
Mission complete. Aussie commander of Timor peace force receives hero's farewell
  Losers
DARRYL STRAWBERRY
Troubled New York Yankees baseball star faces third suspension after testing positive for cocaine
MIREYA MOSCOSO
Panama's President faints and is rushed to the hospital after being bitten by an insect at a museum
SPICE GIRLS
After losing court fight with Italian scooter firm, songbirds face $1.6 million in damages

Verbatim
"After what I've been through, I'm just happy to be wearing clothes that open in the front."
DAVID LETTERMAN, American TV talk-show host, returning to form on his first program since undergoing heart surgery

"Maybe we'll see tear-gas bombs replaced by makeup in our police stations."
LEE MOO YOUNG, South Korea's police chief, on plans to put more women on the front line to quell street protests
  "Mitrovica is now certainly the most dangerous place in Europe."
RICHARD HOLBROOKE, America's U.N. envoy, blaming Serbian leadership for recent violence in the ethnically divided town

"Blood for blood, soul for soul, child for child."
DAVID LEVY, Israeli Foreign Minister, threatening to retaliate if guerrillas in southern Lebanon fire across the border

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