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Sunday, January 02, 2005
Sri Lankan parties bury the hachet for now
COLOMBO, JAN 1. Seven days after Sri Lanka's worst natural disaster, there are initial steps of cooperation among old foes across the island's political spectrum, but a true reconciliation appears as elusive as it was during previous decades. ...
Frantic search for relatives
KHAO LAK/PHUKET, JAN. 1. A steady stream of desperate European and American relatives have flown into the holiday resort of Phuket to crowd round notice boards displaying photographs of bloated, blackened and bloodied bodies of unidentified ...
No grandmother's tale
Bangkok: Tales of the ocean passed down along the generations of a group of Thai fishermen known as the Morgan Sea gypsies may have saved everybody in one of their villages from Asia's tsunami disaster. By the time killer waves crashed over ...
Protests against Musharraf's decision
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 1. The "black day" call given by the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) an alliance of six religious parties of Pakistan in protest against the decision of the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, to continue as the ...
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