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Grossman faces Davis issue
ISLAMABAD: In what is billed as one of the lowest points of the troubled U.S.-Pakistan ties, Islamabad on Monday told Washington that neither country can afford to walk away. “Weakening bilateral ties is not an option'', President Asif ...

China plans Tibet-Xinjiang rail links


Jacques Chirac faces corruption trial
Paris: Jacques Chirac on Monday became the first French President since 1958 to go on trial on criminal charges. The 78-year-old former Head of States is accused of embezzlement, breach of trust and conflict of interest, based on allegations ...

Thousands fleeing fighting in Ivory Coast
Paris: More fighting has been reported from the West African state of Ivory Coast with thousands of people fleeing across the border to Liberia. The country has been in political turmoil ever since outgoing President Laurant Gbagbo refused to ...

Keep off, France told
Paris: Libya's Colonel Muammar Qadhafi on Monday accused France of meddling in his country's internal affairs. In an interview with a French television station Mr. Gaddafi criticised France's support to the National Libyan Council recently ...

Hague authorised mission
LONDON: Britain's botched secret mission to Libya that ended up in its members being captured and humiliated by the very people they had gone to help was authorised by Foreign Secretary William Hague himself, the government confirmed on ...




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