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    Sharon unrelenting on Gaza offensive
    MANAMA, OCT. 11.Israel today continued its military offensive in Gaza claiming more Palestinian lives. Over 110 Palestinians have died so far as a result of the offensive which is now into its second week. A Palestinian schoolteacher and a ...

    Blair wants to honour Iraq war officials
    LONDON, OCT. 11. Apology? What apology? Instead, the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, is reported to be planning to `honour' those of his officials who helped him with his Iraq effort, including the men and women behind the discredited ...

    Al-Sadr fighters surrender arms
    BAGHDAD, OCT. 11. Followers of the radical cleric Moqtada al-Sadr trickled in to police stations in Baghdad's Sadr City district to hand in weapons on Monday under a deal seen as a key step toward ending weeks of fighting with U.S. and Iraqi ...

    Musharraf announces package for Northern Areas
    ISLAMABAD, OCT. 11. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today announced a "comprehensive development package" for the people of the Northern Areas (NAs). The NAs consist of Gilgit and Baltistan that were "part of the princely state of ...

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    No precondition for talks: Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD, OCT. 11. Pakistan today insisted that there were no pre-conditions such as the stopping of cross border terrorism attached for dialogue with India. The Foreign Office spokesman, Masood Khan, told the weekly news conference that the ...



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