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Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Bush presses case on Iraq invasion
OAK RIDGE (U.S.), JULY 13. The U.S. President, George Bush, on Monday vigorously defended his decision to go to war against Iraq, saying the invasion was the right thing to do though no banned weapons have been found there, and claiming progress ...
Hostage pressure mounts on Philippines
MANAMA, JULY 13.As the deadline set for the beheading of the Filipino hostage kidnapped by militants nears, a senior official from the Philippines has said that troops from his country would leave Iraq "as soon as possible". In an interview ...
Tensions run high at Ulster march
BELFAST (NORTHERN IRELAND), JULY 13.Orange men, women and children in their best suits, white gloves and orange collarettes paraded in defence of the Protestant faith yesterday as Northern Ireland's marching season reached its pinnacle. With a ...
Georgia escalating tensions: Russia
MOSCOW, JULY 13. Russia has blamed Georgia for the escalation of tension in its breakaway region of South Ossetia and warned Tbilisi of using force to normalise the situation. The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, accused Georgia of ...
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