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Woman suicide-bomber kills four
MANAMA, JAN. 14. A woman Palestinian suicide bomber blew herself up at the main crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip, killing four Israelis and wounding seven persons. The Palestinian extremist group Hamas and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade ...

Two killed, 29 injured in Iraq blast
MANAMA, JAN. 14.Two people were killed and 29 injured in a suicide car bombing in the restive town of Baquba, while anti-American sentiments grew perceptibly in two key Shia cities that have been rocked by job riots in the last few days. Of the ...

Saddam's status could change: Rumsfeld
WASHINGTON, JAN. 14. The U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, has said that the status of the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, who is classified as an enemy prisoner of war, could change and more than once. At a Pentagon briefing, he ...

Curbs on 12 persons in Singapore
SINGAPORE, JAN. 14. Singapore today announced that 12 persons were recently issued "restriction orders'' under the Internal Security Act (ISA) as part of the counter-terrorism investigations. Of the 12, 10 have been detected to be members of the ...

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    U.K. MPs' concern over 'atrocities' against Dalits
    LONDON, JAN. 14.Several Labour MPs have jointly tabled a motion in the Commons voicing concern over what they have called "organised" atrocities against Dalits in India, and other parts of South Asia. The motion, the second of its kind in ...

    Evolving India-Pakistan ties encouraging, says Rumsfeld
    WASHINGTON, JAN. 14. The United States has a "good, healthy" relationship with India encompassing the political, economic and military spheres, the Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, has said. "Our relationship with India is political, it's ...



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