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Turkey bolsters forces on Iraq border amid tension
Pressure for cross-border offensive against Kurds

Court orders filing of charges against Erdogan
ANKARA (TURKEY): The head of Turkey's Constitutional Court said on Wednesday it would ask prosecutors to file charges against the Prime Minister for allegedly questioning the partiality of the court and exceeding ``boundaries of respect.'' ...

Lebanese President proposes "salvation cabinet"
BEIRUT: Lebanese President Emile Lahoud has suggested the formation of a six-minister ``Cabinet of national salvation'' during a rare meeting with Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir as a way of resolving the country's ongoing political crisis, ...

Missile test adds to arms race fears
MOSCOW: Russia on Tuesday threatened a new cold war-style arms race with the United States by announcing that it had successfully tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile capable of penetrating American defences. Russia's hawkish first ...

Move to resolve frozen funds issue
BEIJING: Top U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill arrived in Beijing on Wednesday, saying it is time to resolve the dispute over the frozen funds of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). The issue involving the Macao-based Banco Delta ...

Brown under pressure to apologise for Iraq
LONDON: Iraq is emerging as the biggest test of leadership for Gordon Brown as he prepares to take over as Britain's next prime minister with pressure mounting on him to apologise for the invasion and set a time-table for withdrawal of British ...

Ceasefire agreement redundant: Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka Minister and Defence spokesperson Keheliya Rambukwella said here on Wednesday that Colombo would make an announcement about the fate of the Norwegian brokered 2002 Cease Fire Agreement (CFA) in a `couple of weeks.' ...

Thaksin banned from politics for 5 years
Thailand's constitutional court delivers verdict; orders disbanding of his party

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