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Al-Qaeda group threatens to kill Allawi
MANAMA, JUNE 23.Escalating the psychological war against U.S. occupation of Iraq, a suspected Al-Qaeda-affiliated group has threatened to kill the American-backed interim Prime Minister of Iraq, Iyad Allawi, a day after the extremist group ...
Iraq's struggle for sovereignty
OXFORD (BRITAIN), JUNE 23.The United States and Britain claim to be handing sovereignty to Iraq next week. In fact, the occupying power cannot legally transfer sovereignty on June 30 for one simple reason: it does not possess it. Sovereignty is ...
Seoul firm on troops for Iraq
SINGAPORE, JUNE 23.The South Korean President, Roh Moo-hyun, today pledged to send additional troops to Iraq, despite the execution of a South Korean civilian in that country on Tuesday. Under a decision taken only a few days ago, Seoul is to ...
Iran orders release of British crew
MANAMA, JUNE 23.Iran has ordered the release of eight British soldiers it had detained, defusing the possibility of a major diplomatic row with London. Iranian armed forces spokesman, Ali Reza Afshar, said, "The order for the release of the ...
India & World
`India-Pakistan accord a real breakthrough'
WASHINGTON, JUNE 23. The United States Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia, Christina Rocca, says the India-Pakistan agreement to pursue a "wide-ranging composite dialogue" to reach a peaceful settlement of all issues, including Kashmir, ...
Open up Indian markets:U.S.
WASHINGTON, JUNE 23. The United States has said that it does not oppose outsourcing of jobs but would like an opening of markets in India to provide more jobs for Americans. The U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, Christina Rocca, said on ...
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