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Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Iraq: chilling account of U.K. soldiers' conduct
LONDON: In the biggest trial of British troops over allegations of murder and abuse of Iraqi civilians, a court martial has heard a chilling account of how seven soldiers killed a teenager in what the prosecution described as a "gratuitous'', ...
Bush visit fails to enthuse victims
Call to dismiss Federal relief officials
Dozens injured in Nepal stir
Seven-party alliance continues anti-King protests
Hunt for Nazi camp doctor
MADRID: Spanish police are scouring old people's homes on the east coast of Spain as the hunt closes in on a 91-year-old concentration camp doctor, regarded as one of the most wanted Nazis still alive. Investigators say there is a strong chance ...
India & World
Pakistan to blame for 1965 war: ex-officer
War plan was not shared with other wings: Air Marshal Nur Khan
India steps up bid for top post
SINGAPORE: As the 51st conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) began in the Fijian town of Nadi on Tuesday, India stepped up its campaign for the prestigious post of Chairman of the CPA Executive Committee. A straight ...
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