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E.U. Parliament ponders demanding apology from Berlusconi
BRUSSELS, JULY 3.The European Parliament leaders were in a crisis meeting on Thursday considering whether to demand an official apology from the Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, for telling a German E.U. lawmaker that he would make a ...
Bremer seeks more U.S. troops
WASHINGTON, JULY 3.Faced with growing resentment on the ground in Iraq and guerrilla attacks against the American forces, the top U.S. administrator in that country, Paul Bremer, is asking for additional troops at least until other international ...
Straw admits hiccups in Iraq
LONDON, JULY 3. The British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, has admitted that there is still "a long way to go'' in Iraq but shrugged off fears that the coalition forces might get bogged down in a Vietnam-like situation. Mr. Straw, who visited ...
'Taliban still a threat'
MOSCOW, JULY 3.The main threat to Russia and other former Soviet republics comes from Afghanistan and Central Asia, a senior Russian security official said today. "The Taliban still poses a grave threat, even though it is to some extend ...
Twins prepare for historic surgery
SINGAPORE, JULY 3.Ladan and Laleh Bijani, 29-year-old Iranian twins born joined at the head, will walk into a Singapore operating room on Sunday and sit down for separation surgery that is expected to last days and could kill one or both of them. ...
Former Nazi guard held in U.S.
Michigan (DETROIT): A man who officials say worked as a concentration camp guard in Austria during World War II is in Federal custody after eluding arrest for 16 years. Johann Leprich (77), was arrested at his home in Macomb county's Clinton ...
India & World
Musharraf blames it on India
PARIS, JULY 3.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today expressed dissatisfaction over the slow progress of peace negotiations with India. Speaking to a restricted group of journalists at a breakfast meeting here Gen. Musharraf ...
Minimum deterrent must for peace, says Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JULY 3. Pakistan wants to live in peace with all its neighbours and it is possible only if a "minimum deterrent remains in place," the Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid M. Kasuri, has said. Denying as baseless reports in a section of ...
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