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Sunday, September 26, 2004
Pakistan moves to assuage tribes
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 25. Pakistan today announced lifting of economic sanctions against the Ahmedzai Wazir tribe in South Wazirstan in a political initiative to assuage the hurt sentiments of the people caught in the war between the armed forces and ...
Eight killed in U.S. raid on Fallujah
MANAMA, SEPT. 25.At least eight persons were killed and 15 injured during an air and artillery assault on the battered Iraqi city of Fallujah by the U.S. forces today amid fighting in which three American soldiers were killed. As the U.S. ...
Maldivian rights panel wants emergency lifted
COLOMBO, SEPT. 25. The Maldivian Human Rights Commission has expressed concern over the emergency that is in force in the atoll-nation's capital, Male, and nearby islands since last month and has called for its early repeal. Describing the ...
India & World
'Best is yet to come in ties with U.S.'
NEW YORK, SEPT. 25. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, said today that he and the United States President, George W. Bush, agreed that the "best is yet come" in the bilateral relationship and that the two countries would explore expanding the ...
KARACHI, SEPT. 25. Pakistani authorities on Friday arrested 26 Indian fishermen in addition to 40 others held a few days ago for allegedly fishing in the country's territorial waters.
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