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NATO commander apologises to Afghan President

Sarath Fonseka to lead new alliance
COLOMBO: Defeated opposition presidential candidate General (retired) Sarath Fonseka was on Monday named the leader of the newly floated Democratic National Alliance (DNA), of which the ultra-nationalist Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna would be a ...

Obama to alter health bill
WASHINGTON: U.S. President Barack Obama is making a fresh attempt on Monday to rescue his signature issue of overhauling the U.S. health care system, with a proposal to keep a lid on climbing insurance premiums. Mr. Obama's new plan ...

Sarkozy calls for resumption of Israel-Palestine talks
Paris: French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Monday called for the “rapid resumption of negotiations” between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, thus tempering declarations by his Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner who had called ...

Gordon Brown in bullying row
London: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown was on Monday at the centre of a growing row over allegations that he “bullied'' his staff after an anti-bullying helpline confirmed claims in a new book about his treatment of people working ...

Search continues for Madeira flood victims
FUNCHAL, Madeira Islands (Portugal): Emergency crews in Madeira continued their search on Monday for at least four people still missing after mud and rockslides killed 42 people on the Portuguese island. More than 400 vehicles, including ...

Medvedev orders reform of Interior Ministry
MOSCOW: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has launched a sweeping reform of the Interior Ministry amid growing public outcry over an avalanche of police crimes. Mr. Medvedev on Thursday sacked 18 generals including two Deputy Interior ...




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