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Iraqi fighters blow up oil pipelines
MANAMA, JULY 15.In resurgent violence after a United States-backed Iraqi interim Government assumed political authority in Iraq, 10 people were killed and at least 30 others injured when an explosives laden car blew up, northwest of Baghdad. An ...

U.S. Senate report `deciphered'
WASHINGTON, JULY 15.The U.S. Senate intelligence committee report is the Da Vinci code of the Iraq war. Some of the clues are in plain sight but unless one knows how to read them they remain cryptic. Deletions, covering one-fifth of the report, ...

Blair accepts responsibility
LONDON, JULY 15. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, said today that he accepted "full responsibility" for the intelligence mistakes made in the run-up to the Iraq war, but refused to apologise, insisting that the decision to remove Saddam ...

Shootout in Batticaloa prison
COLOMBO: In continued internecine killings in eastern Sri Lanka, two sympathisers of the LTTE's expelled special commander, V. Muralitharan (`Col.' Karuna) were shot dead and another injured in a shootout inside the Batticaloa prison. According ...

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    Armitage visit reflects warm ties, says Boucher
    WASHINGTON, JULY 15. The Bush administration has said that the visit of the Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, to New Delhi and his meetings with top leaders there reflected the "warm and collaborative" nature of the bilateral ...

    Sonia in Bangkok to address AIDS meet
    SINGAPORE, JULY 15.Sonia Gandhi, chairperson of the National Advisory Council and the Coordinating Committee of the United Progressive Alliance, arrived in Bangkok today to address the closing session of the ongoing international AIDS conference ...



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