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Chernobyl health effects still not known
KIEV (UKRAINE): With every cough and sore throat, every ache and pain, Valentyna Stanyuk feels Chernobyl stalking her. ``It's only a matter of time,'' she said as she waited for a thyroid test at a mobile Red Cross clinic in her village of ...

Officer jailed for refusing to serve in Iraq
LONDON: A Royal Air Force doctor has become the first serving British military officer to be dismissed from service and jailed for refusing to serve in Iraq on grounds that he believed it was an illegal war. But Flt Lt Malcolm Kendall-Smith ...

Iran now a powerful nation: President
"The Iranian nation is a powerful one and we are going to have a dialogue with the world from a position of power," he said

Graft probe closer to No. 10
Dramatic turn to "cash for honours'' case

Hu Jintao's visit to U.S. will boost ties, say experts
WASHINGTON: Chinese President Hu Jintao's upcoming visit will add new momentum to China-U.S. relations as both sides are expecting the visit to be a success, a group of leading U.S. experts on China affairs has said. ``The summit between ...

General joins attack on Rumsfeld over Iraq war
Rift between military, civilian leaders

New dates for Geneva talks
COLOMBO: The second round of Geneva talks between the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is to be held on April 24 and 25. The decision to hold the two-day talks, an abridged version of the originally-scheduled ...

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