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U.S. blocks experts from AIDS meet
BANGKOK, JULY 12.The U.S. Government came under scathing attack from senior members of the medical establishment yesterday for blocking scientists from attending the International AIDS conference which opened in Bangkok. The biennial ...

French language fights for a place in new Europe
PARIS, JULY 12.In a chateau near Avignon, ambassadors and senior government officials from Europe's newest member states have been brought together over breakfast to discuss French verbs. The meeting is followed by several hours of one-to-one ...

Sharon plans unity government
MANAMA, JULY 12.The Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, and the Opposition Labour Party leader, Shimon Peres, have agreed to discuss the formation of a national unity government that would lead to the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza ...

Terror threat: U.S. mulls putting off poll
WASHINGTON, JULY 12. Serious efforts are on to look at the possibility of postponing the November 2 U.S. presidential election if terrorists disrupt the process, says Newsweek citing counter-terrorism officials who are speaking of ...

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    Pakistan criticises LoC fencing
    ISLAMABAD, JULY 12. Amid growing domestic criticism of the perceived silence of Islamabad over the fencing of the Line of Control (LoC) by India, Pakistan today maintained that the barbed wire fence would be a "bonanza for scrap dealers." Since ...



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