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Pakistan radicals detain 7 Chinese for “vice”
Captives freed after Government intervention

Controversial Attorney General to quit
LONDON: Britain’s Attorney-General Lord Goldsmith, whose six years in office were dogged by controversies, has announced his decision to resign when Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves office next week. The surprise announcement came ...

Co-Chairs to meet on Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: Norwegian Minister and Sri Lanka peace envoy Eric Solheim is to host a meeting of the Sri Lanka Co-chairs — EU, Japan, the U.S. and Norway — on June 26. The Co-chairs, representing 56 donor countries, would be ...

E.U. leaders agree on reform treaty
Angela Merkel persuades reluctant Poland to fall in line

Productive: N. Korea
PYONGYANG: The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Saturday said talks with U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill were productive, and vowed to start cooperation with Washington in a series of affairs including denuclearisation ...

Declines to be quizzed
PARIS: The former French President, Jacques Chirac, is refusing to be questioned in an investigation into an apparent smear scandal during his tenure as president, his office said. But Mr. Chirac’s office refused to comment on Saturday on a ...

India & World
Lord Swraj Paul’s gesture to schools
LONDON: The Ambika Paul Foundation, set up by industrialist Swraj Paul in memory of his daughter who died of leukaemia at the age of four, has gifted over 6,000 U.K. secondary schools with a copy of the recently published book Courage , ...




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