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Saturday, July 09, 2005
G-8: massive boost to aid
Terrorism cannot obscure what we came here to achieve: Blair
London blasts killed 50: police
Preliminary clues point to Al-Qaeda handiwork
Terrorists' strategy is to hit "soft targets"
LONDON: The strategy behind Thursday's attacks was to hit ``soft'' targets and cause maximum casualties rather than aim for high-profile locations or public figures. As with the Madrid train attacks, rush-hour commuters were the target, the ...
China, Japan offer help to fight terror
SINGAPORE: China, Japan, Malaysia and Australia led the way in the wider East Asian region by offering Britain various forms of assistance to fight global terrorism in the aftermath of Thursday's deadly blasts across the London transport ...
Many spoilers working to scuttle G-4 resolution
African nations to circulate their own draft resolution
Egyptian envoy killed, says Al-Qaeda
BAGHDAD/WASHINGTON: Al-Qaeda in Iraq on Thursday killed a kidnapped Egyptian envoy after releasing a video of him wearing a blindfold. An internet posting showed Ihab al-Sherif (51), identifying himself as the head of Egypt's diplomatic mission ...
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