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70 die in Sumatra quakes
Scores of people are believed trapped under the rubble

Over 100 Shia pilgrims killed in suicide bombings
Pilgrims were proceeding to Karbala for Arbaeen religious ceremony

INTERNATIONAL
China for talks on Iran
Active role in Africa benign and for mutual benefit

JVP plea on ceasefire turned down
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's Court of Appeal on Tuesday turned down a bunch of petitions, including the one by the ultra nationalist Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP), challenging the legal validity of the 2002 Cease Fire Agreement (CFA). Brokered by ...

Argentina's questions answered
PARIS: The Argentine foreign office on Tuesday confirmed that the extradition papers filed by the CBI have been forwarded to the court in El Dorado, the city in the northern Missiones province where Ottavio Quattrocchi, the prime accused in the ...

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Journalist found dead
MOSCOW: A senior Russian journalist who embarrassed the country's military establishment with a series of exclusive stories has been found dead outside his flat in mysterious circumstances. The body of Ivan Safronov, 51-year-old defence ...

Chen under media fire
BEIJING: Taiwan newspapers and political experts on Tuesday lashed out at President Chen Shui-bian's secessionist remarks. Mr. Chen said at a gathering on Sunday he wanted independence, a new constitution, development, and names for local firms ...

Intentional crash?
INDIANAPOLIS: By the time Beth Johnson rushed to tell police that she suspected her ex-husband had abducted their 8-year-old daughter, it was too late. Eric Johnson had already strapped Emily into the passenger seat of a leased single-engine ...

India & World
Canada may release classified documents
TORONTO: After initial reluctance to disclose some of the secret documents relating to the 1985 Air India bombing on grounds of national security, the Canadian Government has indicated that it may soon release some classified information. The ...




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