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Friday, April 30, 2004
Iraq force to replace U.S. Marines
MANAMA, APRIL 29.Failing to disarm and silence Iraqi guerillas in Fallujah despite heavy bombardment, U.S. authorities have decided to hand over the security of the restive Sunni stronghold to a force of former Iraqi war veterans that served in ...
Keep WMD off terrorists' hands, U.N. tells nations
WASHINGTON, APRIL 29.The United Nations Security Council has unanimously approved a binding resolution that requires all 191 member states to pass laws keeping weapons of mass destruction out of the hands of terrorists and punishing those ...
E.U. struggles on world stage
BRUSSELS, APRIL 29. It is one of the Europea Union's most cherished ambitions to play a bigger and more coherent role on the world stage. But taking in 10 new members to create a club of 25 countries is likely in the short term at least ...
India & World
India Caucus launched in U.S.
WASHINGTON, APRIL 29.The Democratic Senator from New York, Hillary Rodham Clinton, has called for a new beginning on defining an anti-proliferation agenda and held out the hope that India and the United States could be among the leaders in this ...
India important partner in war on terror: U.S.
WASHINGTON, APRIL 29. India is an "important partner" in the global war on terror and the United States "hopes to continue to strengthen this relationship," the U.S. State Department has said in its report, `Patterns of Global Terrorism for ...
MiG forced to pull out of Berlin air show
MOSCOW, APRIL 29. Russia's MiG aircraft corporation has cancelled plans to take part in a Berlin air show, to save money for the construction of ship-borne fighters for the Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrier acquired by India. A MiG ...
Downsizing army: Pakistan wants India to follow suit
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 29. A day after its decision to downsize the army by 50,000 troops, Pakistan wants India to follow suit to "improve the regional security situation." "The decision to cut the tail of the [Pakistan Army] by 50,000 troops was ...
BSF begins talks with Bangladesh Rifles
DHAKA, APRIL 29. The Directors-General of the Border Security Force and the Bangladesh Rifles began talks here today on longstanding issues such as cross-border crimes, smuggling, killing and border tensions. A 17-member delegation led by the ...
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