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Bush stands by Israel
WASHINGTON, OCT. 6.The U.S. President, George W. Bush, today defended Israel's attack on Syria after the Haifa blast saying Tel Aviv had a ``right to defend itself.'' ``I made it very clear to the (Israeli) Prime Minister (Ariel Sharon), as I ...
Israeli raid stirs Arab anger
MANAMA, OCT. 6.The Israeli air strike near Damascus has stirred strong emotions in the Arab world, with the Palestinian extremist groups, Hamas and the Islamic Jihad vowing to escalate their armed campaign against the Jewish State. Hamas, in a ...
China, Japan call for restraint
SINGAPORE, OCT. 6.China has said that it "is clearly opposed to any action that will harm the reconciliation process (for peace) between Palestine and Israel''. Commenting on the latest suicide bombing in Haifa, the Chinese Foreign Ministry ...
Spotlight on Schwarzenegger
WASHINGTON, OCT. 6. On the eve of the Governor re-call election vote in the State of California, the atmosphere there reflects more one of a referendum on the past life of the Hollywood actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, than a special election ...
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    India, South Korea call for greater U.N. role in Iraq
    BALI, OCT. 6.India and South Korea today agreed that the United Nations should play a ``more active role'' in the reconstruction and rehabilitation of Iraq. Giving a read-out of the discussions, the External Affairs Ministry spokesman told ...
    Pak. agrees to raise High Commission staff strength
    ISLAMABAD, OCT. 6. Pakistan has agreed to the Indian proposal to raise the strength of diplomatic and non-diplomatic staff at the Indian and Pakistani High Commissions in Islamabad and New Delhi from 47 to 55. India had conveyed the proposal to ...



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