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Sunday, March 21, 2004
Anti-war protesters take to the streets
LONDON, MARCH 20. Thousands of anti-war protesters poured into London on Saturday as a deeply divided Britain looked back in anger and frustration on the first anniversary of the Iraq invasion. The protests took a dramatic turn when two ...
Narrow win for Chen; Opposition contests poll verdict
SINGAPORE, MARCH 20. The Taiwanese President, Chen Shui-bian, was tonight declared re-elected by a wafer-thin margin in a bitterly disputed election to the top executive position in the non-sovereign territory. This followed his survival in the ...
Arabs think they are worse off after Iraq war
MANAMA, MARCH 20.One year after the war in Iraq began, most Arabs are closer to the view that their situation has worsened and are pessimistic about their future. Many Arab newspapers, commenting on the anniversary of the American invasion of ...
Malaysia to go to the polls today
SINGAPORE, MARCH 20. Tomorrow's first general election in Malaysia after the retirement of the long-reigning Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad, has turned, during the campaign phase itself, into a truly post-Mahathir political event. With Dr. ...
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