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Monday, August 02, 2004
New York on high terror alert
NEW YORK, AUG. 1. Security has been put on high alert across New York city in the wake of fresh intelligence reports that the terrorist network Al-Qaeda is planning to attack commercial institutions in the metropolis. Responding to new ...
Five killed in Mosul blast
BAGHDAD, AUG. 1.A car bomb exploded outside a police station in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul today, killing at least five people and injuring 53 others, police said. The blast followed a night of clashes between U.S. troops and insurgents ...
Democrats show no mercy
BOSTON, AUG. 1. Willie Nelson sang about the promised land to the gentle wafting of hundreds of American flags, and in the crush of the convention centre a sleek-suited economic adviser to John Kerry let out a sigh of pure satisfaction. ``Doesn't ...
PLA stages parade in Hong Kong
HONG KONG, AUG. 1. China's military staged its first parade in Hong Kong today, with 3,000 soldiers marching crisply in formation as others rode in armoured vehicles and helicopters, as part of Beijing's efforts to boost patriotism and soothe ...
18 wounded in Prague blast
PRAGUE (Czech Republic): A bomb exploded under a car outside a casino in the Czech capital on Sunday, wounding at least 18 people including foreign tourists in what authorities described as a probable gangland attack. Officials said tourists from ...
Tiger on a stroll in New York
New York: After escaping from a circus, a white tiger alarmed picnickers and motorists on what for him apparently was a calm, kilometre-long stroll through an unfamiliar urban jungle. The animal, named Apollo, was safely recaptured in the Queens ...
Animal rights activist faces ban
London: A convicted arsonist, who holds workshops on how to make firebombs, faces being banned from entering Britain as part of a Government crackdown on the extreme wing of the animal rights movement. The move, thought to be the first ban of its ...
India & World
Series of bilateral meetings with Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, AUG. 1. Beginning August 3, India and Pakistan will hold separate meetings on five different subjects under the composite dialogue process. The first round of talks under the composite dialogue, held in New Delhi on June 27-28 with ...
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