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    Two years on, U.S. faces raging resistance in Iraq
    MANAMA, MARCH 20. Iraqi guerillas killed five police officers signalling that there was no let up in the resistance to American occupation amid worldwide protests marking the second anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Of the five killed, ...

    Worldwide protests against U.S.
    LONDON, MARCH 20. From London's Trafalgar Square to the streets of Sao Paulo, tens of thousands of people around the world protested the Iraq war on the second anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion. British elections expected in May lent an ...

    China for constructive ties with U.S.
    SINGAPORE, MARCH 20.China today emphasised the cardinal importance of promoting its "constructive and cooperative relations" with the United States. The U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, today met the Chinese President, Hu Jintao, in ...

    Irish terror groups "to hit London"
    LONDON, MARCH 20. Police have issued a stark warning that mainland Britain faces a "substantial threat" of an Irish republican bombing campaign. Scotland Yard's counter-terrorism section sent a warning of the threat to businesses across London, ...

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    `Bangladesh for strong ties with India'
    DHAKA, MARCH 20.At his first press briefing since taking over as Foreign Secretary on Thursday, Hemayetuddin said: "We have very good relations with India and we want to strengthen it." Mr. Hemayetuddin, who was High Commissioner to India, ...



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