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Syria warns Israel against repeating strike
MANAMA, OCT. 11.Syria today warned Israel that it had to the right to exercise "self-defence" in case Israel repeated attacking its territory as it did last Sunday. "In case of a repetition (of an Israeli aggression) Syria has the right to ...
Chinese leaders discuss reforms
SINGAPORE, OCT. 11. The toning up of China's "socialist market economic system'' and the proposed revision of a part of the State Constitution are the main subjects on the agenda of an important political meeting that began in Beijing today. The ...
Khaleda hopes for `acceptable solution' to water issues
DHAKA, OCT. 11.The Bangladesh Prime Minister, Begum Khaleda Zia, has expressed the hope that an acceptable solution to the water-management problem could be reached through discussion at the top political level between Dhaka and New Delhi. In ...
Bush vows to tighten sanctions on Cuba
WASHINGTON, OCT. 11. With an obvious eye on the community vote bank in Florida for the elections of 2004 the U.S. President, George W Bush, has vowed to tighten measures against Cuba arguing that that country under President Fidel Castro "must ...
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    Foreign Ministers of India, China, Russia to meet again
    CHIANG MAI (THAILAND), OCT. 11.Trilateral cooperation between India, China and Russia at the Foreign Minister-level has received a boost with the three leaders agreeing to meet in Russia to discuss issues of interest. In an exclusive interview ...



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