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Tuesday, September 21, 2004
Moves to set off sectarian unrest in Iraq?|
MANAMA, SEPT. 20.Two senior clerics belonging to an influential Sunni organisation have been assassinated in controversial circumstances, sparking fears that a well-planned effort is under way to sow discord among Iraq's Sunni and Shia ...
Senators ask Bush to rethink Iraq policies
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 20.Senators from both major U.S. political parties have urged the Bush administration to face the reality of the situation in Iraq and change its occupation policies.
Fiasco blunts West's deterrence strategy
LONDON, SEPT. 20.Each day, we are offered a feast of new reasons to be angry about what is happening in Iraq. In consequence, there is a danger that the old grounds for rage will be forgotten. That is why we should welcome Friday's leak to the ...
Tropical storm kills 90 in Haiti
GONAIVES (HAITI), SEPT. 20.Tropical Storm Jeanne brought raging floodwaters to Haiti, killing at least 90 persons in the battered nation and leaving dozens of families huddled on rooftops as the storm pushed further out into the open seas, ...
400 abducted in Nepal
KATHMANDU, SEPT. 20.The Maoists today abducted about 400 students and teachers from two high schools in Syangja district in western Nepal.
LONDON, SEPT. 20. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, began his first day in Britain with a breakfast with British industry and business leaders as also some influential opinion-makers. Among his breakfast guests were Lord Sterling, Sir Robert ...
A tale of two visits
LONDON, SEPT. 20. Three years ago, when the then Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, came here, Pakistan was the flavour of the season and Mr. Vajpayee almost struggled to register on London's diplomatic radar. The contrast between the ...
'Pakistan will oppose India's bid'
NEW YORK, SEPT. 20. Pakistan will strongly oppose India's bid to become a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, told a group of Pakistani journalists here. ...
Manmohan, Bush to discuss issues of concern
NEW YORK, SEPT. 20. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, and the U.S. President, George W. Bush, will address issues of shared concerns such as terrorism, non-proliferation and talk about global and regional subjects that have a bearing not only ...
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