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Friday, August 15, 2003
U.S. seeks U.N. mission for Iraq
WASHINGTON, AUG. 14.The U.S. has presented a resolution at the Security Council that would see the setting up of a United Nations mission in Iraq; and one that would also welcome the Iraqi Governing Council as "an important step" in the process ...
Bush yet to decide on delegation make-up
WASHINGTON, AUG. 14. The U.S. President, George W Bush, is yet to decide on who will lead the U.S. delegation to the six nation talks on North Korea's nuclear weapons programme to be held in Beijing at the end of this month. "The President will ...
China pinning hopes on six-party talks on N. Korea issue
SINGAPORE, AUG. 14. China today announced that the proposed six-party talks on the nuclear issue concerning the Korean peninsula would be held in Beijing for three days from August 27. China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the decision ...
Japan offers to dismantle war remnants in China
SINGAPORE, AUG. 14. Japan has expressed regret over the poison gas leak caused in an accident traced to some chemical weapons left behind in China by the Japanese military at the end of World War II. The Japanese Foreign Ministry in a ...
India & World
Lakhani charged with aiding terrorists
WASHINGTON, AUG. 14. Federal authorities have formally charged a British national of Indian origin, Hemant Lakhani, with attempting to provide material support and resources to terrorists besides trying to be an arms broker without a licence. ...
Kashmir holds the key to peace in South Asia: Jamali
ISLAMABAD, AUG. 14. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, has said that the resolution of the "core issue" of Kashmir holds the key to peace in South Asia and normalisation of relations with India. Speaking at the official ...
Pak. 'looking' into India's offer
ISLAMABAD, AUG. 14.Pakistan chose not to respond immediately to the Indian offer of help to fight the pollution caused by the Greek-registered oil tanker whose hull broke into two off the Karachi coast. The MT Tasman Spirit ran aground ...
Modi to visit U.K. amid protests
LONDON, AUG 14. The Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, will face protests from Muslim and civil rights groups when he arrives here on Sunday on a three-day private visit. But there is also talk of ``reconciliation'' in some Muslim circles on ...
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