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    Saddam may face death: Premier
    BAGHDAD: Iraq's Prime Minister has suggested that Saddam Hussein could receive the death penalty, but added that no sentence would be issued until alleged crimes he faces are proven before a transparent trial. Ibrahim al-Jaafari also said the ...

    France to co-sponsor G-4 draft on U.N. Council expansion
    Britain is also considering whether it can co-sponsor it The draft says: "New permanent members shall not exercise the veto right until the question of extension of the right to new permanent members has been decided upon"

    U.S. in "indirect" talks with Iraqi militants
    First officially sanctioned contact between the two sides in two years of violence

    A host of issues as G-8 Ministers meet in London
    Focus on proposal to cancel debt of poor countries

    Chandrika meets Buddhist clergy
    Plans for post-tsunami reconstruction to be finalised only after consultation

    Bush's job approval at new lows
    As the war in Iraq drags on, U.S. President George W. Bush's job approval and the public's confidence in the direction he's taking the nation are at their lowest levels since The Associated Press-Ipsos poll began in December 2003. About ...

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    Disappointment in Pakistan
    Pakistan may come out with a statement refuting the BJP's statements on Jinnah

    Advani absolved of charges in Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistani authorities have absolved BJP president L.K. Advani of charges of conspiring to assassinate Mohammad Ali Jinnah in 1947. "The 1947 police file, envisaging the FIR filed by then CID officer Faizullah against plotters of ...



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