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    Sir John Mills is dead
    LONDON: Sir John Mills, one of Britain's best-loved and most enduring screen actors, has died at the age of 97. Mr. Mills, who won an Oscar for his groundbreaking role in Ryan's Daughter, had been suffering from pneumonia and died at his home ...

    Virus coming under control: U.N.
    LONDON: Medical teams trying to stamp out the worst outbreak ever recorded of the deadly Marburg virus in Angola are beginning to get it under control, as cooperation from stricken communities improves, said the U.N. health agency. The virus, ...

    India denies deployment of additional troops
    DHAKA: Two more Bangladeshis were allegedly shot dead by India's Border Security Force personnel at Gopalpur village along the Jadabpur border of Bangladesh on Saturday. Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) sources said the BSF opened "unprovoked" fire. ...

    Syria completes Lebanon pullout
    MANAMA: After a gap of 29 years, Syria has withdrawn almost all its forces from Lebanon. In the Syrian capital, Damascus, an official was quoted as saying, "Within the next few hours, all the troops will be out of Lebanon." The official ...

    Pakistan Rangers, BSF sign agreement
    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) and the Border Security Force have signed an agreement to enhance mutual understanding and cooperation on border issues. Under the pact, any attempt to spoil the "peaceful environment" would be immediately ...

    Leaders resolve to pool resources, creative energies
    Efforts to explore innovative mechanisms for confidence-building

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