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Al-Qaeda to blame, says Al-Sadr
BAGHDAD: Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, whose directives can send thousands of heavily armed militiamen spilling into the streets, called for calm on Monday and blamed Al-Qaeda in Iraq for the carnage in Baghdad's Sadr City slum that killed at ...

Milosevic "took wrong drugs"
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U.K. police chief faces quit call over phone tap
LONDON: Britain's controversy-prone police chief Ian Blair is facing calls for his resignation after it emerged that he secretly recorded a private phone conversation with Attorney-General Lord Goldsmith in September last year. Sir Ian was, on ...

Russia, Iran to resume talks
MOSCOW: Russia and Iran will hold more talks on Teheran's nuclear programme in the near future, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said. "Iran again proposed holding consultations, and these will take place," Mr. Lavrov told reporters ...

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Khaleda Zia to visit India on March 20
DHAKA: Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Hemayetuddin is likely to visit India to finalise the agenda of a meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Bangladesh counterpart Khaleda Zia. Ms. Khaleda Zia is scheduled to visitNew Delhi for ...

Kalam visits Apravasi ghat
PORT LOUIS: President A.P.J. Kalam on Monday re-visited the shared colonial past of India and Mauritius at the Apravasi ghat (immigrant depot) where over four lakh Indians had landed between the mid 18th and early 19th centuries to work as ...




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