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29 dead in Indonesia ferry accident
JAKARTA: Rescuers saved more than 240 people aboard an Indonesian passenger ferry that sank on Sunday in rough waters off Sumatra island, but at least 29 people have died, officials said. Search operations were called off after nightfall for ...

Ban welcomes resettlement move
COLOMBO: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday welcomed the decision of the Sri Lankan government to allow greater freedom of movement to Sri Lankans sheltered in makeshift camps in the north of the country. Sri Lanka’s President ...

Death toll in coal mine blast rises to 92
BEIJING: The death toll in Saturday’s coal mine blast in northern China rose to 92 on Sunday, authorities said, as rescue-workers continued their search for survivors trapped underground. A gas explosion shattered a colliery in ...

China’s deadly mine accidents
November 21, 2009 : At least 87 killed in gas explosion at the State-run Heilongjiang mine February, 2009: 77 miners killed in explosion in Tunlan, Shanxi, at another mine run by State-run firm November, 2005: 171 ...

Sikh to become first non-white BNP member
LONDON: A retired Sikh schoolteacher, with extreme views on Islam, is set to become the first non-white member of the far-right British National Party (BNP) which is in the process of changing its “white-only” membership policy ...

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Another Lashkar suspect held in Dhaka
DHAKA: The Bangladesh police arrested another alleged member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba here on Saturday, raising fears of a growing terrorist network. Abu Motaleb was nabbed following information given by the three Lashkar members ...




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