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Monday, January 02, 2006
Russia cuts off all natural gas supplies to Ukraine
Kiev rejects Moscow's eleventh hour offer of compromise on price
Web sites bugged despite ban
WASHINGTON: The U.S. intelligence service at the centre of the row over eavesdropping tracked visitors to its website, despite U.S. Government regulations. Monitoring files, known as ``cookies,'' were discovered by a privacy activist at a time ...
MI6 agents were present: officials
LONDON/ATHENS: British officials have admitted MI6 (British intelligence) officers were present during the allegedly brutal interrogation of 28 Pakistanis in Greece, despite apparent denials by Foreign Secretary Jack Straw. They insist that the ...
India & World
India, Pakistan exchange lists of nuclear facilities
1988 deal prohibits attack on each other's facilities in event of war
`Churchill was willing to let Gandhiji die'
LONDON: A day after he invoked the words of Mahatma Gandhi to inspire his party members, Tory leader David Cameron was facing embarrassment on Sunday as declassified documents revealed how the wartime Conservative Prime Minister Winston Churchill ...
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