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Hu, Obama discuss Iran, currency
Sign of international unity on this issue, says Washington
Hu rejects foreign pressure on Yuan
BEIJING: Chinese President Hu Jintao on Monday appeared to reject calls from the United States for an immediate appreciation of his country's currency, telling President Barack Obama in a meeting that domestic economic conditions, and not ...
Obama is not like “the other one”
Washington DC: Notwithstanding all the messy politics he has gotten embroiled in since assuming office, U.S. President Barack Obama clearly still has millions of fans world over. But it has to be a special sort of charisma that compels ...
Pakistan strike kills 71 civilians
PESHAWAR: Up to 71 civilians were killed in a weekend strike by Pakistani jets near the Afghan border, survivors and a government official said on Tuesday — a rare confirmation of civilian casualties that risks undercutting public ...
Obama warns of nuclear terrorism
Washington DC: Kicking off the first plenary session on the second day of the Nuclear Security Summit here, U.S. President Barack Obama underscored the gravity of the threat of nuclear terrorism, arguing that “just the smallest amount of ...
Plane skids, breaks apart
MANOKWARI (Indonesia): A routine domestic flight almost ended in disaster on Tuesday when a jet carrying more than 100 passengers broke apart on landing in Indonesia, injuring about 20 people, said officials. The Merpati airline Boeing ...
Crowe joins Hollywood's cream
Sudan voting extended
KHARTOUM: Sudanese trickled into polling stations on Tuesday following a two-day extension of the vote aimed at making up for a chaotic start to the country's first competitive election in over two decades. Sudan's national election ...
Three-km scar on Great Barrier Reef
SYDNEY: A Chinese coal carrier that ran aground and leaked oil on Australia's Great Barrier Reef cut a three-kilometre-long scar into the shoal and may have smeared paint that will prevent marine life from growing back, the reef's chief ...
“Taliban eying Indian diplomats”
Islamabad: Two deserters from a paramilitary force arrested for terror links have told Pakistani investigators that Taliban had specific plans to abduct Indian diplomats, including the High Commissioner, to swap them for detained militant ...
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