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Friday, January 07, 2005
Surge in Iraq violence as poll nears
MANAMA, JAN. 6.The bodies of 18 Iraqis seeking work at American military bases have been recovered in the restive northern city of Mosul amid the controversy about the viability of holding nation-wide elections at the end of the month. The 18 ...
Blair dismisses illness speculation
LONDON, JAN. 6. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has denied that his health had anything to do with his decision not to interrupt his Christmas holiday in Egypt and return home to deal with the tsunami crisis. He dismissed speculation ...
U.N. launches $1-billion relief effort
JAKARTA, JAN. 6.The United Nations Secretary General, Kofi Annan, today announced the launching of a new tsunami relief effort for "a focused set of programmes", estimated to cost about a $ 1 billion, and allayed concerns that the military ...
Bar on scientists
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 6. Pakistan has barred over a dozen scientists and staff of its nuclear installation, Khan Research Laboratories, from travelling outside Islamabad without permission. ...
India & World
Natwar holds talks with Wen Jiabao
JAKARTA, JAN. 6. India and China today agreed to sustain the "positive momentum" in their bilateral engagement. The External Affairs Minister, K. Natwar Singh, who met the Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, on the sidelines of the ...
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