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Omar's deputy held in Pakistan?
Mullah Obaidullah was Defence Minister

Storms wreak havoc in U.S.
NEW YORK: Severe storms and tornadoes ripped through central and southeastern United States, killing at least 21 persons, including eight in a high school in Alabama after the building collapsed on students and teachers due to the onslaught. ...

Quick trial for terrorism suspect sought
SINGAPORE: With the U.S. filing a terrorism charge against an Australian national, David Hicks, Canberra on Friday expressed "relief" that "the trial is now imminent" in respect of the accused, who was being held at the Guantanamo Bay prison for ...

Iran fences border with Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said on Friday it was not concerned at reports that Iran was erecting a concrete wall on the shared border between the two countries. "The fence is on the Iranian side of the border. We have no problem with that," said ...

Iran-Saudi Arabia dialogue process gathers pace
Ahmadinejad's visit to Riyadh holds promise

Victory for Al-Fayed
LONDON: Harrods' owner Mohammed Al-Fayed on Friday won a major legal victory when the High Court ruled in his favour over his demand that the inquests into the deaths of Princess Diana and his son Dodi, who were killed in a Paris car crash 10 ...

New Chechen President
MOSCOW: Chechen Parliament on Friday unanimously elected strongman Ramzan Kadyrov President of the embattled region. The vote came a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin nominated him for the post, expressing the hope that he would push ...

China meet: property rights on agenda
BEIJING: The Fifth Session of the Tenth National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) is slated to open on Saturday afternoon in the Great Hall of the People in downtown Beijing and will last 12 days, Wu ...

India & World
Indian doctors in U.K. appeal against court ruling
LONDON: An organisation representing Indian doctors in the United Kingdom has appealed against a High Court judgment, which will abolish permit-free training for overseas medicos, affecting thousands of Indian doctors and medical students. ...




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