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Two charged with war crimes conspiracy
WASHINGTON, FEB. 25. For the first time, the United States has brought formal charges against detenus at the Guantanamo Bay Naval base. Two suspected Al-Qaeda members — from Yemen and Sudan — have been charged with conspiracy to ...

Putin keeps Russia guessing about new PM
MOSCOW, FEB. 25.If springing a shell-bomb surprise was what the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, had in mind announcing dismissal of the Government on Tuesday, he has achieved his goal. Though many analysts predicted a government shake-up ...

Bird flu virus mapped
BEIJING, FEB. 25. Chinese experts have achieved a breakthrough by completing the genetic mapping of the killer H5N1 bird flu virus and are looking at how the virus mutates, the state media reported today. The breakthrough will help scientists ...

North Korea promises flexibility
SINGAPORE, FEB. 25. The United States today demanded a comprehensive dismantlement of North Korea's nuclear programmes and its atomic weapons. Even as the U.S. spelt out its maximal demands at the opening session of the second round of six-party ...

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    Shashank discusses Maoist violence with G.P. Koirala
    KATHMANDU, FEB. 25.The continuing Maoist violence in Nepal figured prominently during the talks the Foreign Secretary, Shashank, had with the Nepali Congress president, Girija Prasad Koirala, here today, before wrapping up his four-day visit to ...

    Rights violations in India: U.S. report
    WASHINGTON, FEB. 25.The United States has maintained that while the Government of India "generally respected" the human rights of its citizens, "numerous serious problems remained" and has listed several "significant human rights abuses" to ...



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