- Everywhere across the battlefront, Iraqi soldiers are abandoning their weapons and surrendering. Allied commanders have made provision for 100,000 prisoners of war. As of Tuesday they had received 25,000, they say. A2- To the advancing allied soldiers, the formidable "Saddam Line" seems almost a pitiful farce, like finding a lone flimflam man behind the facade of the Wizard of Oz, according to a report from the front. A3

- The latest military hardware and electronics, coupled with control of the skies and massive firepower, have given the allies an overwhelming advantage in the land offensive against Iraqi troops, military analysts say.

- To the advancing allied soldiers, the formidable "Saddam Line" seems almost a pitiful farce, like finding a lone flimflam man behind the facade of the Wizard of Oz, according to a report from the front.

- Chronology of the war to date. A3

- A wartime support center is offering a salve to Miami's black community, where the gulf war comes especially close to home. A4