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Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Sunni protesters allege election fraud, stage rally in Baghdad
Shia groups working to form an alliance with Kurds
Ex-Chinese Minister jailed for graft
BEIJING: A former Cabinet Minister was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison in China's highest-level corruption case since a deputy chairman of Parliament was executed in 2001. A Beijing court convicted Tian Fengshan, the former Minister of ...
Search for Serb leader intensifies
BELGRADE (SERBIA-MONTENEGRO): The hunt for top war crimes fugitive Gen. Ratko Mladic intensified after police intercepted one of his cell phone conversations, a Serbian security official said on Tuesday. The official, who spoke on condition of ...
Export control on banned weapons
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday notified the Control Lists of Goods, Technologies, Materials and Equipment related to Nuclear and Biological Weapons and their Delivery Systems that would be subject to strict export controls. In a press ...
India & World
Indian gets job using `forged documents'
SYDNEY: In a breach of security, an Indian, `illegally residing' in Australia, had managed to get a job at the city airport using `forged documents', a media report said on Tuesday. Ashwin Sharma, who first arrived in the country on a 24-month ...
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