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Hundreds fleeing Vaharai, says Sri Lanka army
Military, Tamil Tigers trade charges of artillery attack
"Litvinenko was killed because of dossier on Kremlin official"
British police quiz slain spy's business partner
Delegations arrive; six-party talks set to begin
BEIJING: With the arrival of U.S. and Japanese delegations on Sunday afternoon, all the five foreign delegations have converged in Beijing for the second phase of the fifth-round six-party talks. Before the talks to be formally launched on ...
Candidate for President
ABUJA (NIGERIA): Nigeria's ruling party on Sunday chose a Muslim from the north as its candidate in next year's presidential elections, handing Umaru Yar'Adua the nomination. After a night of voting and ballot tallying, a party official announced ...
India & World
Row over BrahMos
MOSCOW: India has been caught in a row between Russian weapons companies over the Indo-Russian BrahMos missile that may affect defence cooperation. Dr. A. Sivathanu Pillai, CEO&MD, BrahMos Aerospace Ltd., expressed bewilderment at a sharp ...
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