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Tuesday, October 31, 2006
80 killed in Pakistan madrasa raid
It was pro-Taliban, says Islamabad
Geneva-II leads to uneasy calm
Sporadic violence in Sri Lanka
Violence flares up in Iraq
BAGHDAD: At least 80 persons were killed or found dead in Iraq on Monday, including 33 victims of a bomb attack on labourers lined up to find a day's work in Baghdad's Sadr city Shia slum. The U.S. military announced the death of the 100th ...
U.K. mulls ban on flag-burning
LONDON: Hooded protesters burning the Union Jack or the flag of any other country may become a rare sight in Britain if the Government accepts a Scotland Yard proposal to ban flag-burning on grounds that it amounts to inciting violence. Police ...
A hungry, undernourished world out there still
U.N. report sees no progress in fight against global hunger
Concern over monks' tonic wine
LONDON: Invented by Benedictine monks in Devon, south-west England, it was originally feted for its medicinal properties. But such is the concern about Buckfast tonic wine and its popularity with binge drinkers that a United Kingdome Minister was ...
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