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Tuesday, October 05, 2004
21 dead in Baghdad blasts
BAGHDAD, OCT. 4. Reisstance forces exploded two car bombs at the gates of the main U.S.-Iraqi headquarters in Baghdad and near major hotels on Monday, killing at least 21 persons and wounding 96. In Fallujah, U.S. warplanes struck what the ...
`Bush regime knew of WMD doubts'
NEW YORK/BAGHDAD, OCT. 4. The Bush administration knew as early as mid-2001 that a central plank of its argument about Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction was regarded by its own nuclear experts as probably untrue, it was ...
Yudhoyono to be President
JAKARTA, OCT. 4. Voters handed the former General, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, a landslide in Indonesia's first direct presidential election after he pledged to fight terror and fix the battered economy, according to official results announced on ...
Gaza incursion may go on `for weeks'
MANAMA, OCT. 4. Four Palestinians have been killed in a fresh wave of Israeli attacks in the Gaza strip amid indications that Israeli forces were unlikely to end their offensive anytime soon. "The troops are ready to continue, not in terms of ...
Khmer Rouge leaders to face trial
PHNOM PENH: After seven years of delays, Cambodia's lawmakers on Monday approved a U.N.-backed plan to put surviving Khmer Rouge leaders on trial for atrocities committed during the regime's murderous 1970s rule. The unanimous vote of 107 ...
Giant pinhole camera in space planned
London: It has the technology to land men on the moon and send probes into the darkest reaches of space. But NASA's newest project has more in common with school science lessons than with Star Wars. The agency is planning to build a pinhole ...
India & World
`Work in progress to resolve Kashmir issue'
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 4. Pakistan has claimed that "work is in progress" in exploring options for resolution of the Kashmir issue to the satisfaction of India and Pakistan. The Foreign Office spokesman, Masood Khan, told the weekly news conference ...
India expected to help with Iraq elections: Hoon
NEW DELHI, OCT. 4. While making it clear that it was not pushing any agenda, Britain today said the international community expected India to assist Iraq in holding elections. "I would not be asking India for anything for these elections. But if ...
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