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Jobs for America Act introduced in Senate
WASHINGTON, FEB. 13. Leading Democrats have introduced legislation in the United States Senate that will require companies which are exporting jobs overseas to first give employees and their communities a "fair warning". The Jobs for America ...

Russia denies killing Chechen rebel leader
MOSCOW, FEB. 13. Russia denied any hand in the assassination of a Chechen rebel leader in Qatar today. Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service, SVR, has nothing to do with the killing of the former Chechen separatist President, Zelimkhan ...

'We knew about Khan network all along'
Washington, Feb. 13. The U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, has told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that the U.S. had known for years the nuclear proliferation network run by A.Q. Khan of Pakistan but that it had to "quietly go about ...

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    Russia for upgrading ties with India
    MOSCOW, FEB. 13. The Russian Foreign Minister, Igor Ivanov, has called for upgrading relations with India as a priority goal for Russian foreign policy this year. Speaking in the State Duma, the Lower House of the Russian Parliament on ...

    Extortion letter served on Indian diplomat
    DHAKA, FEB. 13.Susanto Roy, the Assistant High Commissioner of India stationed in the northern Rajshahi divisional headquarters in Bangladesh, has received a letter demanding payment of Taka five crores. Confirming the report, published by ...



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