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Monday, November 28, 2005
Militants responding to call for talks: Talabani
Plot to assassinate Saddam trial judge unearthed; eight held
Water supply restored in Harbin
HARBIN: Northeast Chinese city of Harbin resumed water supply at 6 p.m. on Sunday, as Governor of Heilongjiang Province Zhang Zuoji took the first drink after resumption. At the early period after resumption, the city will supply water ...
Mugabe party sweeps Senate election
HARARE: Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's party swept an overwhelming majority of seats in a newly created Senate in Zimbabwe, partial results showed on Sunday, after a poll marked by record low turnout and deep divisions in the main Opposition ...
Allawi blames Shias for death squads
Human rights abuses in Iraq are now as bad as they were under Saddam, says former Prime Minister
`Col.' Karuna for Indian mediation
COLOMBO: The leader of the Tamileela Makkal Viduthalai Pulikal (TMVP) V. Muralitharan (`Col.' Karuna) on Sunday said his group would welcome "only the mediation" of India and the U.K., as "only these two countries understand our problems very ...
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