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China must seek NSG exception, says U.S.
Before it exports nuclear power reactors to Pakistan
Questions in U.S. if Shahzad is a “lone wolf”
Washington: Federal authorities investigating Times Square bomb suspect Faisal Shahzad should look into his activities and links in Pakistan, especially given that he had spent five months there prior to the planned attack in New York, ...
Difficult to say no to U.S.: Japan
SINGAPORE: Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama on Tuesday apologised for his inability to negotiate a reduction of the U.S. military footprint in Okinawa. In televised comments at Naha, capital of the Okinawa prefecture, Mr. Hatoyama ...
Maoists to intensify strike
KATHMANDU: In a bid to intensity their indefinite nationwide general strike which began on Sunday, the UCPN (Maoist) has said it would not allow Ministers to enter their offices from Wednesday. “We will not allow the Ministers to enter ...
Will help in probe: Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Following the arrest of Faizal Shahzad, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Tuesday assured the U.S. full cooperation in the investigations. The issue came up for discussion when a U.S. ...
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