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Thaksin Shinawatra could face prosecution
Coup leader claims endorsement from the King

Thaksin arrives in London
LONDON: Instead of returning to his country, the ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra arrived here from New York on Wednesday evening to join his relatives living in the United Kingdom. Mr. Shinawatra, accompanied by a group of loyal ...

Shinzo Abe set to become Japan's Prime Minister
At 51, he is the youngest to lead Liberal Democratic Party

Change of judge: Saddam protests, sent out
DUBAI: The former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, was ordered out of the courtroom on Wednesday following his protest against the appointment of a new judge in a case where he had been accused of genocide. The defence team walked out after ...

More Chinese troops for Lebanon
DUBAI: China has decided to contribute 1,000 troops to Lebanon as part its deepening engagement with resource-rich West Asia, which is Beijing's major energy supplier. Premier Wen Jiabao has announced that the troops would participate in ...

Chavez calls Bush a `devil'
``The devil came here and this place still smells of sulphur''

Deep respect for Islam: Pope
VATICAN CITY: Pope Benedict XVI said on Wednesday that he had ``deep respect'' for Islam but did not offer an apology as demanded by some Muslim leaders offended by his remarks in Germany last week. The Pope acknowledged that his remarks were ...

Aga Khan's second son marries American
PARIS: Prince Hussain Aga Khan, the second son of Prince Aga Khan IV — the spiritual leader of the world's 20 million Ismaili Muslims — married Kristin White, an American, on Saturday last. The couple was married at a private, ...

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India & World
No ceasefire until conditions are met: Hizb
"Unless there is a result on Kashmir... all these meetings [Manmohan-Musharraf] are meaningless"

India plays safe on Thailand
NEW DELHI: India played safe on Tuesday's military coup in Thailand — merely taking note of the "evolving situation" in Thailand and the commitment of the "Administrative Reforms Council" to return power to the people at the earliest. ...




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