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Thursday, June 06, 2002
16 die in car bomb attack
Manama (Bahrain) June 5. At least 16 persons, many of them Israeli soldiers, were killed when a car bomb explosion shredded a bus in northern Israel today. Palestinian militant factions have declared that such attacks will continue so long as ...
Impasse in peace process: LTTE
COLOMBO, JUNE 5. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam has said that the Sri Lankan peace process is at an "impasse'' and blamed the Government for it just as a donor meeting, billed as crucial for rebuilding the island's economy, got under way ...
Dam collapses in Syria
AZ-ZIYARA (Syria): A dam collapsed in central Syria, flooding at least three villages but apparently causing few casualties. ``Cracks appeared in the Zeyzoun dam...leading to a rush of water, then the collapse of the dam and a flood that ...
U.S. move to fingerprint foreign visitors
WASHINGTON, JUNE 5.The U.S. administration proposes to photograph, fingerprint and get detailed information from thousands more foreign visitors, law enforcement officials said. Under the plan, the Justice Department would expand the reach of ...
In the line of fire
NEW YORK, JUNE 5.The vast majority of journalists killed in the line of duty during the last decade were targeted for their reporting, according to a study released by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). This comprehensive analysis of ...
Some Pak. action beyond words: U.S.
WASHINGTON, JUNE 5. With the United States Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, due to arrive in Islamabad on Thursday, Washington is maintaining that while there are "some indications'' of Pakistani actions going beyond words, it is too ...
Pak. reserves right to use n-weapons: Karamat
ROME, JUNE 5.Pakistan reserves the right to use nuclear weapons against India in an extreme case, a top Pakistani military envoy told an Italian newspaper in an interview published today. The Indian army and air force outnumbers Pakistani ...
`India grateful to Russia for support'
MOSCOW, JUNE 5.India is grateful to Russia for its support in the current standoff with Pakistan, the National Security Adviser, Brajesh Mishra, said here. ``We are heartened by the understanding and sympathy from our Russian friends in our ...
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