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INTERNATIONAL
Brown reverses Guantanamo policy
Writes to the U.S. administration seeking detenus’ release

INTERNATIONAL
Laos happy over growing India-China ties
MANILA: Expressing “delight” over the strengthening relations between India and China, Deputy Prime Minister of Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Thongloun Sisoulith, has described his country’s ties with the United ...

INTERNATIONAL
Report on rights abuses tendentious, says Colombo
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Tuesday said there was no justification for the demand for a special U.N. Observer Mission on Human Rights. Referring to the Human Rights Watch report “Return to War – Human Rights under Siege”, ...

Jewish squatters evicted from Hebron
Crime against Jewish history, says one

Gusmao appointment “illegal”
SINGAPORE: Violent opposition and a promise of peaceful protest have greeted the appointment of Xanana Gusmao as Prime Minister of Timor Leste (formerly, East Timor). President Ramos Horta on Monday named Mr. Gusmao, East Timor’s ...

Russia deploys new missile defence
MOSCOW: Russia has deployed new air defence missiles near Moscow that may also be used to protect the 2014 Winter Olympics in this country. The S-400 Triumph missile complex operationalised on Monday near the town of Elektrostal about 50 ...

Maoists set terms for poll
KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has demanded declaration of Nepal a republic and adoption of a fully proportional system of election for the upcoming Constituent Assembly polls as preconditions for its participation in the ...

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Learning about slavery on rough seas


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Admits to Editor’s killing
OAKLAND (California): A teenage handyman for a Black Muslim splinter group has confessed and will be charged with murder in the shooting death of an Oakland journalist who was investigating the group’s finances, the ...




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