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No let-up in car bomb attacks
BAGHDAD, DEC.15. Iraqi resistance fighters mounted fresh attacks killing nine people in two suicide car bombings on Monday. One car bomb exploded at a village police station north of Baghdad. The bomber and seven others were killed in the ...
Osama, a trail different
NEW YORK, DEC. 15.With the capture of the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, the spotlight now is on Osama bin Laden but experts say apprehending the Al-Qaeda chief would be much more difficult than finding Mr. Hussein. Most experts agree ...
China hopeful of peace in Iraq
SINGAPORE, DEC. 15. China has expressed the `hope' that the former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein's capture could prove "conducive .... to realising peace and stability in Iraq''. The Foreign Ministry spokesman, Liu Jianchao, said in Beijing ...
U.K. not for death penalty
LONDON, DEC. 15. In its first official comment on the `appropriate' level of punishment for the former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, Britain today made clear that it was opposed to death penalty in principle but said, in the end, it was for ...
Chechen rebels kill 9 Russian border guards
MOSCOW, DEC. 15.A group of Chechen rebels killed nine Russian border guards and took four civilians hostage in a raid in the neighbouring Russian region of Dagestan on Monday. Between 25 to 30 heavily armed rebels briefly seized control of the ...
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    PMO team in Pakistan ahead of Vajpayee's visit
    ISLAMABAD, DEC. 15. A five-member senior officials from the Prime Minister's Office arrived here tonight for a first-hand assessment of the security and protocol arrangements ahead of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's visit here in the ...



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