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Monday, June 28, 2004
Bush pleads Turkey's E.U. cause
MANAMA, JUNE 27.Brushing aside past differences over Iraq, the U.S. President, George W. Bush, today praised Turkey for successfully bridging Islam with democracy and called for its inclusion in an expanded European Union. Mr. Bush, who is on a ...
Allawi offers amnesty to resistance fighters
LONDON, JUNE 27. In remarks that are likely to raise eyebrows in Washington, Iraq's interim Prime Minister-designate, Iyad Allawi, has told a British newspaper that his Government would grant `amnesty' to those who have been resisting the U.S. ...
CIA suspends torture techniques
WASHINGTON, JUNE 27. The Central Intelligence Agency has `suspended' some of its harsh interrogation techniques on Al-Qaeda prisoners , The Washington Post has said. Some of these measures, approved by the White House, have caused an ...
Saudi crackdown raises internal tensions
MANAMA, JUNE 27. As Saudi Arabia battles the Al-Qaeda and opens debate on reforms, the country's powerful religious establishment has begun speaking in different voices, with one senior cleric saying in his sermon on Friday that Saudi citizens ...
End of a democratic experiment, says Pakistan Opposition
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 27. Why was the Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, ousted from office? This is the question uppermost in the minds of Pakistanis the day after Mr. Jamali put in his papers. The Opposition parties, media and ...
Editor killed in bomb attack
DHAKA: Unidentified assailants on Sunday threw handmade bombs at a newspaper editor in a south-western Bangladeshi city, killing him and wounding his son, police and hospital sources said. Humayun Kabir (56), editor of the Bengali language ...
MMA `peace march' thwarted
ISLAMABAD: The Sindh Government on Sunday thwarted the planned `peace march' in the port city of Karachi by the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), alliance of six religious parties, by preventing the entry of the alliance leaders into the city and ...
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Where IAF pilots will learn air force grammar
RAF VALLEY (WALES), JUNE 27."I'll lose my job if this thing is not ready by month-end," says Mark Green, Station Commander of the "busiest" Royal Air Force base, his hands sweeping across a modest structure coming up between the officers' mess ...
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