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Canada terror plot just months away
Washington: Three people have been arrested on terrorism-related charges in Canada this week in an operation dubbed “Project Samosa”, which focussed on home-grown terror cells. Announcing the arrests on Thursday, Serge ...

Australia deal near
SINGAPORE: Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and opposition leader Tony Abbott on Friday entered into a “general agreement” towards formation of government. With the final official results of the election yet to be ...

CIA: Headley, others gave U.S. reputation of terror exporter
WASHINGTON: The Central Intelligence Agency harboured deep concerns at the possibility that America might be viewed as an exporter of terrorism, and the case of David Headley, prime accused in the Mumbai terror attacks, only substantiated such ...

China silent on Kim visit
BEIJING: Beijing this week maintained silence on the reported visit of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, amid reports that he had arrived in northeastern China this week along with his son and designated successor. On Friday, South Korean ...

“Rehabilitation of displaced Tamils a major concern”
COLOMBO: Recognising the need for a political settlement of the Tamil question in Sri Lanka, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Central Committee member T.K. Rangarajan, MP, on Friday said the immediate priority should be to address the ...

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