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Thursday, July 11, 2002
Court upholds Anwar's conviction
KUALA LUMPUR, JULY 10.The former Malaysian deputy leader, Anwar Ibrahim, launched a tirade against Malaysia's top court and his nemesis, the Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, after losing his final appeal Wednesday against a conviction and ...
U.S. deports 131 Pak. nationals
WASHINGTON, JULY 10. The United States deported 131 Pakistanis who were in jail for several months in a secret airlift last month, The Washington Post has reported. All those deported had been arrested under a Justice Department ...
Church decision historic
LONDON, JULY 10. The Church of England, in a historic move on Tuesday, decided to lift its controversial ban on marriages between divorcees where a former spouse of either of the two is still alive. The fact that the long time companion of ...
Benazir denied due process of law: PPP
ISLAMABAD, JULY 10. The Pakistan Peoples' Party (PPP) has reacted sharply to the conviction of the former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, to three years rigorous imprisonment, terming it "denial of due process of law" by the Musharraf regime to ...
Cheney faces fraud charges
MIAMI, JULY 10. The U.S. Vice-President, Dick Cheney, and Halliburton Co., the oil company he ran for five years, are being accused of accounting fraud by a watchdog group. The Washington-based Judicial Watch said it would file a shareholder ...
Second set of reforms soon, says Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, JULY 10. Unperturbed by the all-round criticism of the statute changes proposed by his Government, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, said today that he would soon unveil the second instalment of the package. At the weekly ...
U.S. 'anxious' to see talks resume
WASHINGTON, JULY 10.The Bush administration has said that it wants to make sure India and Pakistan understand that the United States was interested in the two countries beyond the present crisis and that Washington was "anxious" to see a dialogue ...
Pearl murder case: verdict on Monday
ISLAMABAD, JULY 10. A Pakistan court in Sindh today concluded the closed-door trial of the accused in the murder of the Wall Street Journal reporter, Daniel Pearl. The verdict would be pronounced on Monday. Among the four accused in the ...
'LTTE extortion weakening peace process'
COLOMBO, JULY 10. ``Extortion'' by the separatist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam "is weakening the peace process,'' the Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga's spokesperson has said. ``It is pure and simple extortion, we will not call ...
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