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Egypt meet sans Hamas, Israel
International leaders to discuss peace in West Asia

A victory for Palestinian resistance: Iran
Damascus: In Sharm-el Sheikh, French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced that Israel should withdraw from the Gaza Strip if Palestinians stopped firing rockets. “We [European leaders] will go to Israel to tell Israel that we are at its ...

Obama “choked up” over King speech
WASHINGTON: Barack Obama says he choked up while practising a campaign speech about Martin Luther King Jr. But the President-elect promises to “try to keep it together” when he is sworn in Tuesday. He also said when his ...

Gas flow to resume after Moscow meet
MOSCOW: Russia and Ukraine have agreed on the price of natural gas for Ukraine in 2009, resolving the three-week standoff that left much of Europe freezing in the heart of a cold winter. Under a deal reached by Prime Ministers of Russia ...

LTTE confined to a small jungle: Fonsenka
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan Army Chief Sarath Fonsenka has said the last defences of the LTTE in the Mullathivu district are crumbling faster than expected and claimed that the outcome of the war would be evident soon. Speaking at his official ...

Boy George fears for life
London: A former cell mate of singer Boy George has revealed that the pop idol broke down before being sent to London’s Pentonville prison as he was terrified of being mistreated by other prisoners. Richard Lyttle, who was bailed ...

India & World
FBI refutes Mumbai woman’s claim
Washington: Amid a Mumbai woman’s claim that she was flown to the United States by investigators, as she was a witness to the arrival of terrorists in the city on November 26, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has said that the ...

India will face more terror strikes: study
New York: India can expect more terror attacks like the Mumbai carnage from Pakistan-based terrorist groups with high body counts and symbolic targets in an escalating terror campaign in South Asia, a study by a leading U.S. think tank has ...




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