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U.S. hopes for new U.N. resolution
UNITED NATIONS, SEPT. 21.Several dozen heads of state and government are expected to attend the 58th General Assembly debate as it formally gets under way here next Tuesday. And with comes different themes even if the U.S. President, George W. ...
U.S. unlikely to relax grip over Iraq soon
BAGHDAD, SEPT. 21.As the demand for Iraqi sovereignty gathers momentum, the United States is sending clear signals that it is in no hurry to yield ground unless it has laid the foundations for its long-term influence in Iraq. U.S. occupation ...
Musharraf's U.N. speech likely to be keenly watched
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 21. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that the issue of terrorism and misconception about Islam as a faith that encouraged violence would be the highlights of his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on ...
Iraq realities force U.S. to fall back on U.N.?
UNITED NATIONS, SEPT. 21. Several dozen Heads of State and Government are expected to attend the 58th General Assembly debate opening here on Tuesday. And with it comes different themes even if the U.S. President, George W. Bush, is expected to ...
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    Vajpayee, Bush may explore tie-up in missile defence
    WASHINGTON, SEPT. 21. Besides finding ways to broaden the range of American technology transfers to India, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and the U.S. President, George W. Bush, might explore at their meeting on Tuesday in New York the ...



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