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Thursday, February 10, 2005
A CHANCE FOR PEACE
AN OPPORTUNITY TO restart negotiations for a permanent settlement of the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians could arise if the ceasefire declared on February 8 is sustained. Israel's Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, and the Palestinian ...
SHORT-CHANGING TSUNAMI VICTIMS
THE UNSAVOURY, INSTITUTIONALLY damaging controversy over the funding of a rehabilitation package for tsunami-hit fishermen in Tamil Nadu is entirely of the making of the Central Government. An estimated 15,000 lives have been lost in India, and ...
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HIV vaccines - a long way to go
By N. Gopal Raj
Any vaccine must meet two daunting challenges. One is the enormous global diversity of HIV strains. The other is the rapidity with which the virus evolves within an infected person.
New dawn with Kyoto
By Michael Meacher
The Kyoto climate change treaty, coming into force next week, is a start to realising Earth's limits.
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