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CARDINAL KAR0L WOJTYLA, he with the Polish name that Vatican-watchers found close to unpronounceable when his shock election by the Sacred College of Cardinals was sprung on the world on October 16, 1978, died not just as the third longest ...
KEEPING THE DIALOGUE ON COURSE
FOREIGN MINISTER NATWAR Singh was not looking for any breakthrough during his recent visit to Yangon. It was meant to pick up the threads from the New Delhi visit of Myanmar's leader, Senior General Than Shwe, Chairman of the State Peace and ...
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Spring fever hits the U.K.
By Arvind Sivaramakrishnan
If the Labour and the Conservative Party are in disarray, the largest third party, the Liberal Democrats, appears to be incapable of cashing in.
Germans are divided, without a wall
By Peter Beaumont
The Berlin Wall is now a few fragmented relics, monuments and museums at iconic points such as Checkpoint Charlie, but the divide it represented remains firmly lodged in German minds.
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