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Anti-war protest in U.S.
Washington DC: On the seventh anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, thousands of people from across the United States on Saturday converged on Lafayette Square, opposite the White House in Washington DC. The rally then marched through downtown ...

When Beijing's skies turned red
Tonnes of sand rain down for hours, keeping people indoors

Russia, U.S. may sign arms treaty soon
Talks on START-1 replacement treaty

Holbrooke pats U.S. on Baradar
Washington DC: At a press briefing on the coming Strategic Dialogue with Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, said the U.S. was “extremely gratified that the Pakistani Government has ...

Doubts grow on chances of peace in Somalia
NAIROBI: Problems including corrupt officials and a lack of supplies have delayed Somalia's military offensive against Islamist insurgents, but even before the first shot has been fired new warnings have emerged that blood may be spilled for ...

Pope apologises to child abuse victims
But victims groups say they are disappointed

Blast rocks Athens
Athens: A bomb exploded outside a police detention centre in Athens on Saturday, though no one was injured, Greek radio reported. It was the third bomb attack in two days in the Greek capital, which has been rocked in recent weeks by ...

Lead poisonings linked to Indian imports
Study includes only a sampling of stores

India & World
Indian envoy to Sri Lanka visits relief camps
COLOMBO: Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Ashok K. Kantha on Friday visited Vavuniya, Oddusudan and Mullaithivu for a first hand knowledge of the relief camps and the assistance being provided by India for the rehabilitation and ...




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