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Sunday, July 25, 2004
Do not give in, Allawi urges Egypt
MANAMA, JULY 24.The fate of the three Indian truck drivers kidnapped in Iraq continues to remain uncertain despite continuation of direct negotiations with the kidnappers. Analysts here point out that the militant group, Holders of the Black ...
U.K. may despatch troops to Sudan
LONDON, JULY 24.The United Kingdom could send 5,000 troops to Sudan very quickly if the British Government decides to intervene in the humanitarian crisis, the head of the British army said yesterday. ``If need be we will be able to go to ...
France threatens to wreck WTO deal
LONDON, JULY 24.France is threatening to wreck a World Trade Organisation (WTO) plan to revive talks on a global trade pact. The European Trade Ministers fly to Brussels on Monday knowing that world trade talks could implode if the 25-member ...
India & World
Racketeers exploit the vulnerable
MANAMA, JULY 24. As instances of coercion that brought a large number of Indians into Iraq come to light, spotlight has turned on a trans-national "industry" that benefits from their vulnerability in foreign land. It is now becoming clear that ...
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