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APEC focus on security threats, economic growth
SINGAPORE, OCT. 20.The urgency of multilateral cooperation to "combat security threats and promote economic growth'' across the international stage, especially in the Asia Pacific zone, dominated the discussions at the Asia Pacific Economic ...
Blair progressing after heart treatment
LONDON, OCT 20.The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, was reported to be progressing today after emergency treatment for a heart complaint on Sunday, triggering a wave of speculation about his political future. Mr. Blair was taken ill at his ...
Donors may not meet U.S. expectations
OTTAWA, OCT. 20.With the crucial Iraq donors' conference scheduled in Madrid this week, there is the feeling in Washington and elsewhere that the United States is going to come up far less than what it expected. The consensus is that foreign ...
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  • Marines charged with Iraqi's death
  • North Korea test-fires ground-to-ship missile
  • David Blaine returns to 'earth'
  • Iran plays European card to foil U.S. plan
  • Merger move draws flak in Canada
  • Indo-Canadian ties out of difficult phase


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    Maoists torch Indian bus in Nepal
    KATHMANDU, OCT. 20. Maoist rebels torched an Indian tourist bus carrying pilgrims in Nepal's Chitwan district late last night, even as 24 rebels were killed in the latest security operations, official sources said today. A group of armed ...
    `Pak. need not worry about Indo-Israeli ties'
    ISLAMABAD, OCT. 20. The former Israeli Prime Minister, Shimon Peres, has said that Islamabad has no reason to be apprehensive about the defence ties between New Delhi and Tel Aviv. In a rare interview to a Pakistan television channel, Geo, Mr. ...
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  • Indian Muslims are not a minority: Saudi Arabia
  • Call for global front against terrorism
  • Indian gift sustains Afghan children



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