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Iran shifts focus to relief
MANAMA, DEC. 29 With hopes of finding survivors 72 hours after the killer earthquake shook south-eastern Iran receding, teams of Iranian and international rescue workers have begun to focus more on providing relief to the suffering and the ...
Serb polls: Majority eludes ultra-nationalists
BRUSSELS, DEC. 29.The ultra-nationalist Serbian Radical Party (SRS) — who are opposed to the Liberal Democrat-initiated reforms — allied to the former Serbian strongman leader, Slobodan Milosevic, has emerged leading in the crucial ...
SAARC panel discusses draft declaration
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 29. An additional protocol on the Regional Convention on Suppression of Terrorism, a mechanism for informal political consultations for resolution of conflicts and involvement of NGOs in monitoring of the social charter are among ...
'Suicide bomber involved in bid on Musharraf, a Jaish activist'
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 29. One of the two suicide bombers, who attacked the President, Pervez Musharraf's convoy in Rawalpindi last Thursday, had been cleared of involvement in anti-State activities by security agencies in April last year and is ...
Japan to 'reduce' Iraq debt burden
SINGAPORE, DEC. 29. The Japanese Prime Minister, Junichiro Koizumi, today assured the U.S. President's Special Envoy, James Baker, that Tokyo was `committed' to providing a "substantial debt reduction'' for Iraq at the Paris Club meeting in 2004. ...
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