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Thursday, October 03, 2002
Iraq, U.N. agree on inspections
MANAMA (BAHRAIN), OCT. 2.Iraq has reiterated its rejection of a new U.N. draft resolution that threatens the use of military force in case Baghdad hampers intrusive searches for mass destruction weapons, under a new set of rules. Iraq's Deputy ...
Saddam must go at any cost: U.S.
WASHINGTON, OCT. 2.In what would signal to mean that assassinations are back officially in the political vocabulary in Washington, the White House has said that the "cost of one bullet'' is quicker and cheaper that any elaborate military ...
U.S. stance annoys Europe
BRUSSELS, OCT. 2. Europeans are both perplexed and frustrated by the United States' "negative response'' to the U.N. weapons inspection programme agreement that was reached after Iraq agreed to drop restrictions on inspections of sensitive sites, ...
Pak. Supreme Court denies media reports
KARACHI, OCT. 2.The Pakistan Supreme Court has denied the report published in major dailies of the country that the apex court had made any observations about the legal validity of the laws promulgated and rules made by the Pakistan President, ...
Bush reaches compromise resolution on Iraq
WASHINGTON, OCT. 2.The United States President, George W. Bush, and the leadership in the House of Representatives have agreed on a compromise resolution for the authorisation of force in Iraq ; and this morning's move has placed additional ...
Chandrika cautions against altering security zones
COLOMBO, OCT. 2. The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, has cautioned the Wickremesinghe Government against drastically altering the existing high security zones in the northern and eastern regions of the island. In a letter to the ...
Benazir out of electoral contest
KARACHI, OCT. 2. The former Prime Minister and chairperson of the Pakistan People's Party, Benazir Bhutto, has lost all chances of running for the October 10 general elections, with a court here postponing till November a petition challenging the ...
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