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Thursday, November 18, 2004
Shock over 'killing' of CARE official
GENEVA, NOV. 17. The apparent slaying of the kidnapped director of CARE International in Iraq has added to the chill that has set in among relief agencies, officials said today. ``That's really a shock,'' said Christian Berthiaume of the World ...
Militants sneak back into Fallujah
BAGHDAD, NOV. 17. A car bomber rammed into a U.S. convoy today north of Baghdad during clashes with militants that killed 10 persons, witnesses said. The U.S. aircraft launched air strikes against militants holding out in the southern parts of ...
China for stronger ties with U.S.
SINGAPORE, NOV. 17. China on Tuesday affirmed its readiness to join hands with the U.S. in "properly addressing each other's concerns" and further enhancing bilateral exchanges and cooperation in various fields. The Foreign Ministry ...
Britons reject alliance with U.S.
LONDON, NOV. 17.An overwhelming majority of Britons are opposed to the Prime Minister, Tony Blair's "special relationship'' with America and want closer relations with Europe, according to an opinion poll published on the eve of the French ...
'Scramjet' makes historic hypersonic flight
LOS ANGELES, NOV. 17. A jet aircraft screamed into the record books high over the Pacific Ocean by reaching speeds of almost 11,300 kmph, brightening hopes that humans might one day be able to fly across a continent in minutes instead of hours. ...
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Dixit in Beijing for border talks
SINGAPORE, NOV. 17.The National Security Adviser and India's special representative for talks on the boundary dispute with China, J.N. Dixit, arrived in Beijing today to participate in the fourth round of parleys. Official sources in Beijing ...
Troop reduction augurs well for dialogue: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 17. Pakistan today welcomed reduction of troops by India in Kashmir, saying that it augured well for the ongoing dialogue with India. The Foreign Office spokesman, Masood Khan, reiterated that Pakistan would not allow its soil ...
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