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Rockets fired from Lebanon hit Israel
Red Cross accuses Israel of breaching international humanitarian law

Merkel challenges U.S. economic model
Sarkozy blames speculators for encouraging a system fuelled on debt

Editor of Sri Lankan daily assassinated
COLOMBO: Lasantha Wickramatunga, editor of the Sri Lanka English weekly Sunday Leader was assassinated by unidentified gun men on Thursday morning while he was on his way to work in his car. According to the police, ...

Committed to political solution: Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama on Thursday maintained that the government does not believe in a military solution to address the genuine grievances of the minority communities in the island nation and is firmly ...

Dhaka to fight terrorism
DHAKA: The New Bangladesh Foreign Minister, Dr. Dipu Moni, has said Bangladesh will involve neighbours in working out an effective mechanism, a task force to fight militancy and terrorism for peace and stability in south Asia. Dr. Moni, ...

Durrani’s ouster points to Gilani-Zardari struggle
ISLAMABAD: Was the dismissal of Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Mahmud Ali Durrani on Wednesday the manifestation of a bitter power struggle between Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari? The ...

Indian priests back at work
KATHMANDU: After a week of controversies, the “nitya puja” has finally resumed at the Pashupatinath Temple as the government requested the recently resigned “mul bhatta” (chief priest) to carry out the regular ...

Conditional lifting of ban on Malay newspaper
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will lift a ban on the Malay edition of a Catholic newspaper if it agrees to stop using the word “Allah,” an official said on Thursday, but the editor of the paper rejected the precondition. The Home ...

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