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Tuesday, August 05, 2003
Israel names prisoners to be freed
JERUSALEM, AUG. 4.Israel today published the names of hundreds of soon-to-be freed Palestinian prisoners as it ruled out the immediate withdrawal of its troops from more of the West Bank after a gun attack near Bethlehem. The list published on ...
Joyous welcome for Liberian peace force
MONROVIA, AUG. 4.West African troops arrived on Monday to begin an international rescue mission for Liberia, greeted by overjoyed civilians who spilled onto the airfield by the hundreds and screamed, ``We want peace!'' Nigerian soldiers in ...
'Powell, Armitage not keen on second term'
WASHINGTON, AUG. 4.Major changes will be seen in the State Department if the President, George W. Bush, is elected for a second term. The Washington Post is reporting that the Secretary of State, Colin Powell, and his Deputy, Richard ...
Scandals behind Hyundai chief's death?
SINGAPORE, AUG. 4.The Hyundai Asan Chairman, Chung Mong-hun, who led a South Korean private-sector initiative for economic cooperation with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), was found dead in the garden of the headquarters of the ...
Graft case filed against Hasina
DHAKA: The Bangladesh Opposition leader and former Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, and five others have been charge-sheeted for their alleged involvement in the purchase of a navy frigate for the navy, causing a loss of taka 511.17 crores to the ...
India & World
Jamali wants India to make `concessions' on Kashmir
LONDON, AUG 4. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, has called on India to make "concessions'' on Kashmir saying that as the bigger country it is expected to take the lead. "We are watching for how many concessions India is ...
Sinha sets stage for Indo-Turkish summit
MANAMA, AUG. 4.India and Turkey are set to begin a new round of engagement with the visiting External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, setting the stage for an Indo-Turkish summit next month. Mr. Sinha's presence in Ankara on Monday is part of ...
Britain denies LoC monitoring `plan'
LONDON, AUG. 4.The British Foreign Office has denied that there is any European plan for an international ``helicopter force'' to monitor the Line of Control as a way of checking cross-border infiltration into Kashmir. A spokesman told The ...
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