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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Arabs not convinced of power transfer
CAIRO, JUNE 28. Many Arabs were not convinced by Monday's transfer of power in Baghdad to an Iraqi Government, saying the continued presence of a large U.S. army showed America had not relinquished control. At a government level, West Asian ...
Billions in Iraqi oil revenues missing
LONDON, JUNE 28.A Christian charity has accused the coalition authority in Iraq of failing to account for up to $20 billion of oil revenues, which should have been spent on relief and reconstruction projects. At the same time, Liberal Democrat ...
Pakistan rejects Iraqi militants' demand
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 28.Pakistan has said that it would not accede to the demands of the abductors of its citizen in Iraq, as a matter of policy. Asked to comment on the reports of seizure of the Pakistani national, Amjad Hafeez a resident ...
Portuguese Premier is new E.U. President
ISTANBUL, JUNE 28.Jose Manuel Durao Barroso, the Portuguese Prime Minister, was confirmed last night as the next President of the European Commission, ending a bitter row between Britain and its French and German partners which underscored the ...
Cellphone use affects fertility?
Berlin: Men who carry mobile phones in their trouser pockets may be at risk of damaging their sperm count, according to research by Hungarian scientists. Details of the study will be formally presented at the European Society of Human ...
Reformer wins Serbian poll
Belgrade: A pro-Western reformer won Serbia's presidential run-off vote, defeating a hard-line nationalist ally of the former President, Slobodan Milosevic, an independent election monitoring group said. Sunday's election results appeared to ...
India & World
Wen calls for China-India harmony
SINGAPORE, JUNE 28. The Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, today called for Sino-Indian harmony by affirming that it would contribute to global stability. He also suggested that the two counties shelve differences. At a rally held in Beijing ...
Dayanidhi Maran in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 28.The Union Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dayanidhi Maran, arrived here tonight to attend the two-day meeting of SAARC Communications Ministers beginning tomorrow. Mr. Maran told The Hindu that ...
Fences don't matter ultimately: Khokhar
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 28. In a demonstration of rare flexibility vis-à-vis India, the Pakistan Foreign Secretary, Riaz H. Khokhar, said here tonight that `fences' did not matter ultimately and he found enough evidence of Indian sincerity for talks in a ...
U.S. welcomes talks
WASHINGTON, JUNE 28. The United States has welcomed the latest Foreign Secretary-level discussions between India and Pakistan, stressing that these talks are an opportunity for the two countries to make further progress in "comprehensive" ...
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