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Iran: E.U. in a dilemma
France, Germany say they pin hopes on talks

Nationwide strike call in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Balochistan, which limped back to normal on Thursday, is preparing for a shut down once again on Friday in response to a call for a country-wide strike as the killing of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti continued to have political ...

In control, says Sri Lankan Army
COLOMBO: Amid assertions by the Army that it is determined to neutralise the LTTE base in Sampoor in the east, the military on Thursday claimed to have established complete control over the Tiger base in Kaddaparichchan to the South of ...

Australia to bolster forces
SINGAPORE: Australia will expand its armed forces to enhance its "leadership role" in maintaining security and stability in the neighbouring region and in "areas further afield." Two parallel decisions, marking a "major increase in the size of ...

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Cap on gas emissions
SACRAMENTO (CALIFORNIA): California will impose broad caps on its greenhouse-gas emissions under a landmark plan that marks a clear break with the Federal government and which backers hope will become a national model. Republican Gov. Arnold ...

Death sentence upheld
DHAKA: The Bangladesh High Court on Thursday upheld the death penalty of Jama'tul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) kingpins for the killing of two judges last year. Seven top leaders of the banned Islamist outfit including its chief Shaikh Abdur ...

Warren Buffett weds
OMAHA (NEBRASKA): Billionaire investor Warren Buffett married his longtime companion Astrid Menks in a private ceremony on Wednesday, the Omaha World-Herald reported in a copyrighted story in its Thursday editions. Mr. Buffett's daughter, ...




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