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Pressure mounts on Olmert to quit
Scandal will not allow him to fulfil duties, says Ehud Barak

Praise for Nepal’s information panel
VIENNA: The International Press Institute has welcomed the Formation of Nepal’s National Information Commission. The IPI, the global network of editors, media executives and journalists in over 120 countries, joined its Nepal ...

Taiwan leader in China
BEIJING: China’s President Hu Jintao met Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Wednesday. Mr. Hu said Mr. Wu’s first visit to China as KMT Chairman was a major event for ...

Amnesty International slams West over human rights


Deadlock over Iraq government continues
BAGHDAD: Iraq’s largest Sunni-Arab political bloc said on Wednesday it had suspended talks on ending its boycott of the government due to a dispute over which positions it would assume. The decision was a setback to Prime Minster Nouri ...

A decade of restraint since we entered nuclear club: Pakistan
Rallies mark 10th anniversary of nuclear tests

LTTE-held territories captured
COLOMBO: The military on Wednesday claimed it had “captured” 600 km of “LTTE territory,” including Palampiddi, Madu, Vilayathikulam, Kallikulam and Palamodai areas in Mannar district. Army spokesperson Brigadier ...

Obama: Britain will be “full partner”
LONDON: U.S. Senator Barack Obama, the favourite to win the Democratic nomination for the race to the White House, on Tuesday promised to put America’s relations with Britain on a more equal footing if he won the election than has been ...

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