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African Union replaces OAU
DURBAN (SOUTH AFRICA), JULY 9.African leaders launched their new union with a blaze of optimism on Tuesday, hoping the organisation will be the first step in bringing prosperity and good government to the world's poorest continent. "We have ...
Talks may revive peace process
MANAMA (BAHRAIN), JULY 9.Against the backdrop of U.S. pressure on the Palestinian Authority to undertake reforms, the Israelis and Palestinians have begun discussions that could see movement towards the creation of an independent Palestinian ...
Norms for candidates: Pak. SC begins hearings
ISLAMABAD, JULY 9. A special bench of the Pakistan Supreme Court today began hearings on two petitions challenging the condition of minimum educational qualification of BA or its equivalent for members of parliament and the provincial ...
Bush vows to end corporate corruption
WASHINGTON, JULY 9. In what has been billed as a major address on corporate corruption in the United States, the President, George W. Bush, today vowed that his administration would "end the days of cooking the books, shading the truth and ...
JVP disrupts Parliament over trouble in east
COLOMBO, JULY 9. On a day when eastern Sri Lanka completely dominated the political agenda, the island country's Parliament was disrupted by the leftist Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP), who demanded a Government statement on last month's ...
War on terror goes beyond Osama: Bush
WASHINGTON, JULY 9.The United States President, George W. Bush, has said that he did not know if Osama bin Laden is alive or dead but stressed that the war on terrorism is bigger than one person. "We haven't heard from him in a long time. I don't ...
Indian measures cosmetic: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JULY 9. Pakistan today insisted that de-escalation of tension on the border with India was possible only if New Delhi withdrew its forces to peacetime locations and simultaneous commencement of a meaningful dialogue process to address ...
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