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Saturday, November 15, 2003
Nod for panel to review 9/11 intelligence
WASHINGTON, NOV. 14.The Independent Commission looking into the causes for the terror attacks of 9/11 and the response of the federal government has come to an understanding with the White House on the review of highly classified intelligence ...
Zakayev wins extradition battle
LONDON, NOV. 14.The Russian Government has lost a protracted legal battle for the extradition of the high-profile rebel Chechen leader, Akhmed Zakayev, from Britain after a London court ruled that he was likely to be tortured if he returned to ...
Poll crisis: Russia backs Shevardnadze
MOSCOW, NOV. 14.Russia has stepped in a two-week standoff in the former Soviet republic of Georgia over a disputed parliamentary poll throwing its weight behind the embattled President, Eduard Shevardnadze, as the Opposition staged the biggest ...
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U.S. worried over revival of banned outfits in Pak.
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 14. In comments that are likely to raise hackles in the Pakistani establishment, the United States Ambassador to Pakistan, Nancy Powell, has said that the U.S. is particularly concerned about re-establishment of banned militant ...
India, Tajikistan to set up JWG on counter-terrorism
DUSHANBE (TAJIKISTAN), NOV.14.India and Tajikistan today agreed to extend road links from the Iranian port of Chabahar through Afghanistan into Tajikistan, set up a joint working group on counter-terrorism, reconstruct the airport at Ayni and ...
`Tajik President comes out strongly against terrorism
DUSHANBE (TAJIKISTAN), NOV. 14.His was a strong, no-nonsense message against terrorism. The Tajikistan President, Emomali Sharifovich Rakhmanov, did not mince his words when he pointed to the danger of terrorism and the need to deal with the ...
India, China hold naval exercise
SINGAPORE, NOV. 14. Heralding the possibility of a new chapter of confidence-building cooperation, India and China today held a historic naval exercise off Shanghai along the East China Sea. The conventional three-part search-and-rescue naval ...
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