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Tuesday, February 15, 2005
Shias heading for absolute majority
MANAMA, FEB. 14.Iraq's main Shia coalition appears heading for an absolute majority following adjustments that are being made to the final tally under the country's complex election law. The United Iraqi Alliance (UIA) that is backed by the top ...
Syria condemns Hariri killing
MANAMA, FEB. 14.Former Lebanese Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri, has been assassinated in a car bombing in central Beirut. The powerful blast, also killed around nine people, drove a huge crater in the ground and set about 20 cars ablaze. The ...
Bush congratulates people of Iraq
WASHINGTON, FEB. 14.The U.S. President, George W Bush, congratulated the people of Iraq both for their courage in heading to the polls and in the outcome of the election. "The world saw long lines of Iraqi men and women voting in a free and ...
Rash of bombings in Philippines, Thailand
MANILA (PHILIPPINES), FEB. 14.Three bomb blasts jolted the Philippines on Monday, killing at least six persons and injuring dozens, police said. In Thailand, violence continued with two bombs exploding in Narathiwat province's Joh I Rong ...
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