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Wednesday, August 27, 2003
More U.S. troops have died since May 1 than during war
WASHINGTON, AUG. 26. The Pentagon has said that more American troops have died since the U.S. President, George W Bush, declared major combat operations on May 1 than during the actual war. The United States Central Command said that one ...
U.S. lawmakers want more troops for Iraq
WASHINGTON, AUG. 26.Even as top lawmakers cutting across party lines are urging for the dispatch of additional troops to Iraq, top administration officials civilian and military are rejecting the demand for reinforcements, and ...
Pressure on N. Korea to scrap nuclear programme
SINGAPORE, AUG. 26.A common denominator that marks the preparations for the six-party talks on the suspected nuclear weapons programme of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is that there can be no quick-fix solution. The parleys, ...
Germany, Italy bury the hatchet
BRUSSELS, AUG. 26.After a weekend of cordial talks highlighted by bonhomie between the German Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder and the Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, diplomatic and economic relations between the two countries are now ...
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Bring the culprits to book: Bush
WASHINGTON, AUG. 26.The United States President, George W. Bush, has condemned the blasts in Mumbai which have claimed several lives and expressed the hope that those responsible will be identified quickly and brought to justice. "I strongly ...
'Striking similarities' to Chechnya, Iraq blasts'
MOSCOW, AUG. 26. Russia has condemned the car bombings in Mumbai and called for closer international cooperation in facing the terrorist threat. The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement "resolutely" condemning the Mumbai terror strikes ...
India will behave responsibly: Sinha
SINGAPORE, AUG. 26.The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, said here today that India would "behave responsibly'' in identifying those who might be behind the latest blasts in Mumbai. Noting that "we are a responsible nation'', Mr. Sinha ...
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