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Saturday, November 06, 2004
Qurei to meet Hamas, Jihad leaders
MANAMA, NOV. 5. With a definitive word on the status of the Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat's health still not available, Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank were seen glued to television screens and radio sets. About 2,000 people were ...
Row over final resting place
MANAMA, NOV. 5. With the Palestinian leadership showing signs of reconciling with the prospect of Mr. Arafat not surviving his illness, the choice of a possible burial site for the revered leader is becoming a bone of contention with the ...
`New Europe' getting cold feet about troops in Iraq?
BUDAPEST, NOV. 5.Hungary may pull several hundred soldiers out of Iraq within weeks and months ahead of schedule the Government in Budapest announced yesterday as several U.S. allies in eastern and central Europe mulled over their ...
Chandrika hopeful of LTTE resuming talks
NEW DELHI, NOV. 5. The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, today said that she had not "lost hope completely" about the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) returning to the negotiating table. Answering questions at a conference ...
My agenda is set, says Bush
WASHINGTON, NOV. 5. A confident U.S. President, George W Bush, has promised to spend the "political capital" of his victory to push domestic and foreign policy agenda aggressively over the next four years. Mr. Bush told a news conference on ...
Terrorist link to Van Gogh killers?
The Hague: A letter left on the body of the Dutch filmmaker, Theo van Gogh, murdered in Amsterdam contained death threats against a Dutch politician, the Justice Minister, Piet Hein Donner, has said. Dutch authorities have arrested nine suspects, ...
Gambling is hard on health
London: Gambling not only hard on your pocket but bad for your health, according to the British Medical Journal. Although gambling is not traditionally considered a public health issue, those hooked can be affected by depression, insomnia, ...
India & World
India-Singapore economic pact on the cards
SINGAPORE, NOV. 5. The negotiations between India and Singapore for the conclusion of a comprehensive economic cooperation agreement (CECA) "are moving in the right direction." The progress was broadly reviewed as top officials of the two ...
Indian envoy seeks release of prisoners in Pakistan jails
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 5. The Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, Shivshankar Menon, today called on the Pakistan Interior Minister, Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao, and pressed the need for early release of the 700-odd Indian prisoners languishing in ...
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