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Blair calls abuse photos "shocking''
LONDON, JAN 19. The British Army has been accused of re-enacting the U.S.-inspired horrors of Abu Ghraib prison after the publication of a series of photographs of its soldiers allegedly torturing and sexually abusing Iraqi civilians. An ...
U.S. aware of Pakistan's nuclear plan dangers: Rice
WASHINGTON, JAN. 19. The Secretary of State designate, Condoleezza Rice, has said the U.S. is "very aware" of the danger of Pakistan's nuclear weapons falling into the hands of radicals and that Washington has a contingency plan to prevent it. ...
Bush opts for grand inauguration
WASHINGTON, JAN. 19.British Prime Ministers are often defenestrated but never inaugurated. After a nod from the Queen, a newly-elected leader simply turns up in Downing Street even as his predecessor scrambles out the back door. Republican ...
"German legislators on corporate payroll"
BRUSSELS, JAN. 19.Public pressure is mounting in Germany for tighter control of lawmakers' dealings after revelations in the media about some of them being on the payroll of companies. There is much speculation about the number of ...
Censor's pen makes it difficult to read between the lines
Yangon: If a Bollywood heroine's piya were to go today to Rangoon and wish to send an e-mail rather than using the telephoon, he better make sure it's not Hotmail, Gmail, Sify or Yahoo. For along with the hundreds of websites ...
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