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Sunday, June 11, 2006
Solution to conflict should be based on "right to self-determination": LTTE
New communique omits references to "federal" model
G-8 calls for freer global trade
"Achieve urgent progress in World Trade Organisation talks"
Hindus in Sindh being threatened, says Benazir
ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan Premier and Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto on Saturday alleged that several Hindu families in Larkhana in southern Sindh supporting her Pakistan People's Party were being threatened to switch loyalities. The ...
NATO endorses plan to run eight simultaneous missions
Call for co-ordinated E.U. response to issues
Hamas calls off truce, fires barrage of rockets at Israel
Militant group threatens "earth-shaking" response
British police apologise for raid on home
LONDON: Police have been forced to apologise for last week's dramatic raid on the house of a Bangladeshi family in east London during which a young man was shot at and later arrested with his younger brother on suspicion of planning a terror ...
Jordanian intelligence led Al-Zarqawi hunt
Militant leader was tracked down by a mole
Fury over London police report
Secret study says Muslim police officers are prone to be corrupt
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