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Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Displaced Lebanese flee to mountain villages
Europeans evacuated; Annan ponders stronger peace force
53 killed in Iraq blast
BAGHDAD: A suicide car bomber detonated explosives on Tuesday as labourers gathered across the street from a major Shia shrine in southern Iraq, killing at least 53 persons and wounding 105, officials and witnesses said. In Baghdad, a top ...
Mandela keeps opinions to himself
JOHANNESBURG: He still attends public events and lends his name to numerous causes but when it comes to politics, Nelson Mandela, perhaps the world's most powerful moral voice, has fallen silent. South Africa is celebrating his 88th birthday ...
China grows by 10.9 per cent
GDP reaches $1.14 trillion
Warrant for Benazir
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani court on Tuesday issued non-bailable arrest warrant for the exiled former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, and her husband Asif Ali Zardari for ``false declaration of assets'' to the Election Commission, officials said. It ...
India & World
U.S. for India, Pakistan continuing cooperation
Richard Boucher terms the Mumbai blasts as a horrible tragedy
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