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Monday, February 27, 2006
Abbas threatens to quit
JERUSALEM: Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas says he will resign if peace talks with Israel remain stalled in the wake of last month's landslide election victory by the radical Islamic Hamas movement. Mr. Abbas urged the international ...
Thaksin's poll move comes under fire
SINGAPORE: Thailand Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra's decision to call a snap general election on April 2, several years ahead of schedule, has been denounced by the Opposition leaders and other critics, who insisted that he resign ...
Pakistan alliance firm on strike
ISLAMABAD: Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), alliance of religious parties in Pakistan, on Sunday announced that it would go ahead with the nationwide strike on March 3 in protest against publication of offensive cartoons against Prophet Muhammed ...
Geneva talks a victory for peace, says Colombo
Ultimate beneficiaries are people of Sri Lanka; April talks to resolve outstanding issues
U.K. Minister's link with "corruption'' row
LONDON: A corruption scandal surrounding Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and a high-profile British corporate lawyer David Mills is reported to be causing embarrassment to Prime Minister Tony Blair because while Mr. Berlusconi is a ...
New Premier for Jamaica
KINGSTON (JAMAICA): A Cabinet Minister narrowly beat a former Rastafarian in internal presidential elections for Jamaica's ruling party, positioning her to become the next Prime Minister and first woman head of the state. Portia Simpson Miller, ...
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