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West Asia: Powell to push peace 'road map'
MANAMA, MAY 10.The United States Secretary of State, Colin Powell, arrived in Israel this evening to seek Tel Aviv's endorsement of the "road map" that envisages creation of an independent Palestinian State, based on a series of ...
Cleric for Islamic state but not extremism
BASRA, MAY 10.The leader of the largest Iraqi Shia Muslim group opposed to Saddam Hussein returned to Iraq on Saturday after two decades in exile, arriving to expectations that he would figure prominently in the future of the country he was kept ...
Britain, France work to ease tensions
LONDON, MAY 10.After weeks of bitterness and publicly played out rows, Britain and France have said that they do not want their differences over Iraq to damage their "wider relations', signalling a quiet diplomacy by the two countries to prevent ...
U.S. willing to 'give a push' to ties with India
WASHINGTON, MAY 10. India's National Security Adviser, Brajesh Mishra, who met the U.S. President, George W. Bush, on Thursday, undoubtedly the high point of his visit to Washington, also held extensive discussions over the last two days with top ...
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  • 'I will review further participation'
  • Nambiar's de-escalation proposals criticised
  • U.N. Council studying Iraq resolution
  • 'Saddam' urges Iraqis to use mosques to resist U.S.
  • Lashkar website disappears
  • A durable solution the aim: Jamali



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