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Thursday, September 23, 2004
American hostage's body identified in Iraq
MARIETTA, (Georgia), Sept. 22. The family of the American hostage, Jack Hensley, has received confirmation that the headless body handed over to U.S. officials in Iraq is his, a family spokesman said on Wednesday. The family was told the news ...
Bush, Musharraf discuss `war on terror'
NEW YORK, SEPT. 22. The United States President, George W. Bush, met his Pakistan counterpart, Pervez Musharraf, here this morning. The two leaders posed for photographs, sharing a handshake, but did not speak to reporters. The meeting lasted ...
Karzai seeks help for development
UNITED NATIONS, SEPT. 22.With just about two weeks before the historic presidential elections in Afghanistan, the interim incumbent, Hamid Karzai, has appealed to world leaders to continue their support for the nascent democracy. ``Working ...
Belgian Premier injured in accident
BRUSSELS, SEPT. 22. The Belgian Prime Minister, Guy Verhofstadt, was recovering from two broken ribs suffered in a traffic accident and could be released from the hospital later on Wednesday, doctors said. Mr. Verhofstadt and his driver were ...
Psychological warfare, says Iran
MANAMA, SEPT. 22.There was no let up in the tensions between Iran and Israel, with Teheran dismissing media reports about Tel Aviv acquiring bombs designed to target its nuclear facilities. Responding to reports that Israel was acquiring from the ...
India & World
Call to revitalise U.N.
UNITED NATIONS, SEPT. 22. Based on the firmly shared recognition that they are legitimate candidates for permanent membership in an expanded United Nations Security Council, Brazil, Germany, India and Japan have said that they support each ...
Manmohan seeks $150 billion U.S. investment
NEW YORK, SEPT. 22. Invoking his reputation as a reformer, the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today invited the American financial aristocracy to invest as much as $150 billion in the infrastructure sector in India. He told the American ...
Manmohan, Bush hold `strategic discussion'
NEW YORK, SEPT. 22. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, and the United States President, George W. Bush, had "a very strategic discussion, stressing bilateral issues, regional issues and economic issues principally," a senior administration ...
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