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    100 killed, many missing as dam bursts in Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD, FEB. 11. At least 100 people were reported killed and hundreds missing in Baluchistan province of Pakistan after a dam burst and swept several villages into the sea. Incessant rains in the province ruptured the Shadi Kor dam near ...

    World looks to China on nuclear issue
    SINGAPORE, FEB. 11. The international community is expecting China to exert pressure on North Korea following the latter's claims that it had "manufactured" nuclear weapons and that it would pull out of the six-party talks on the issue for an ...

    Mosque blast may aggravate tensions
    MANAMA, FEB. 11.A suicide car bomb exploded outside a Shia mosque near Baghdad, killing at least 13 worshippers who had assembled to observe a religious ceremony connected with the holy period of Ashura. The blast occurred in the town of Balad ...

    Kofi Annan for action against LTTE
    COLOMBO, FEB. 11. The U.N. Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has recommended that the U.N. Security Council take "targeted and concrete measures," including restrictions on travel and flow of funds, against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam ...

    Wedding plan leaves Britons cold
    LONDON, FEB. 11. The wall-to-wall media coverage notwithstanding, the announcement of Prince Charles' engagement to Camilla Parker Bowles has left the vast majority of ordinary Britons cold. Outside the media and royal circles, the news was ...

    Arthur Miller dead
    ROXBURY (CONNECTICUT), FEB 11. Arthur Miller, the Pulitzer prize-winning playwright whose most famous fictional creation, Willy Loman in ``Death of a Salesman,'' came to symbolise the American Dream gone awry, has died, his assistant said on ...

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