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    U.K. campaign "becoming ugly"
    Politicians asked to calm down on racial issues

    U.S. cannot sell nuclear power technology: Rice
    For reasons of Non-Proliferation Treaty implications

    E.U. delays lifting arms ban on China
    Schroeder for lifting embargo

    `Soft border' emerges as common vocabulary
    India and Pakistan are still far from a breakthrough on Kashmir. But by constantly coming up with formulae and suggestions, General Musharraf's aim is to ensure that the focus remains on the Kashmir issue.

    Tension in the backyard as Musharraf prepares for India trip
    Pakistan People's Party to stage pro-democracy protest

    Soyuz craft launched to ISS
    MOSCOW, A Russian Soyuz spacecraft was launched on Friday carrying an international replacement crew to the International Space Station (ISS). The Soyuz booster rocket lifted off from the Baikonur space port in Central Asia in the early hours ...

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    Camilla begins royal duties
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    Kyrgyzstan not for more foreign forces
    MOSCOW, The "tulip revolution" leaders in Kyrgyzstan are against any build-up of foreign military presence in the Central Asian republic. "I do not think there is any need to deploy additional foreign forces in Kyrgyzstan," the Prime Minister ...



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