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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Victim's family threatens to sue police
"They will have to pay"; BBC says he may have run because of his visa situation
Police identify two of four over bomb attempts in London
More innocent persons could get killed in the fight against terror: police chief
Arroyo for reforming presidential system
Opposition tables impeachment motion against the President amid mass protests in Manila
Address root cause of terrorism: Musharraf
"Now we have to deal with this phenomenon it is in the mind of the people so to deal with the phenomenon, you have to change the state of mind"
Wrong report, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on maintained that it had no information about nine of its citizens reportedly missing from Egypt. Foreign Office spokesman Naeem Khan said some television networks had "wrongly" reported that the Egyptian authorities had ...
India & World
Pakistan "disappointed" at Manmohan's statements
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan today expressed "disappointment" over the recent statements by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on some subjects related to the country but maintained that those would not have any impact on the peace process. "Pakistan is ...
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