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A `coup' in Ukraine
MOSCOW, NOV. 23. The post-election crisis in Ukraine spun out of control today as the Opposition leader proclaimed himself President while his supporters stormed Parliament building. Mr. Viktor Yushchenko declared victory in Ukraine's ...

9/11-type attack bids foiled
LONDON: Security services in Britain have thwarted plans for September 11-style attacks by terrorists with Al-Qaeda links on high-profile targets here, including the Heathrow airport, media reports said on Tuesday. The plan was to strike ...

Abbas' nomination gains currency
MANAMA, NOV. 23.The main Palestinian political party, Fatah, has taken the first major step to nominate Mahmoud Abbas as its candidate for the presidential elections scheduled for January 9. On Monday night, the Fatah's 14-member Central ...

Concern over Bush's agenda
WASHINGTON, NOV. 23. A majority of the Americans is approving of the way the U.S. President, George W Bush, is handling his job; but deep concerns remain over the next four years especially on the agenda pertaining to social security, taxes and ...

New turn to Bhutto mansion row
LONDON, NOV. 23.Who should benefit from the sale of the 4-million British country house? The Pakistan Government or Asif Ali Zardari, husband of the former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto? Mr. Zardari claims that the proceeds from its sale ...

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Musharraf hopes to improve trade ties with India
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 23. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that the resolution of disputes was vital to improving economic cooperation in the region even as Commerce Ministers of India and Pakistan formed a Joint Study Group (JSB) to ...

Fishermen held
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 23.Pakistan's Maritime Security Agency (MSA) has arrested 22 more Indian fishermen in the Karachi coast. This brings the total number of Indian fishermen in the Karachi prisons to nearly 750. PTI ...



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