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Foreign Secretaries review progress of SAFTA
ISLAMABAD, JULY 18. Pakistan made a reference for inclusion of confidence-building measures (CBMs) and peace and security in the agenda, the Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman, Masood Khan, said while briefing reporters on the proceedings. While ...

Raids targeted at Zarqawi's supporters: U.S.
MANAMA, JULY 18. In yet another air strike, American planes bombarded a house in the Iraqi city of Fallujah late on Saturday night, killing at least 14 people and injuring three others. Eyewitnesses said that the raid took place after midnight ...

BNP in race row
LONDON, JULY 18. Barclays Bank has closed nearly half a dozen accounts of the far-right British National Party (BNP) after its leaders were secretly filmed by the BBC making racist remarks against Asian communities and intimidating them. "The ...

Qurei meets Arafat amid turbulence
GAZA CITY, JULY 18. Gunmen burned down local offices of Yasser Arafat's Palestinian Authority in Gaza on Sunday, as anger spread over the Palestinian leader's overhaul of his security forces that many saw as falling short of genuine reform. In ...

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    India, China border talks likely next week
    BEIJING, JULY 18. The third round of the India-China special representatives-level boundary talks are likely to be held in New Delhi during July 26-27, sources said here. It is understood that Beijing is likely to endorse these dates proposed by ...



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