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Militants put up stiff resistance in Mosul
MOSUL, NOV. 16. The U.S. military said on Tuesday American and Iraqi troops had started operations to secure parts of northern Mosul from resistance forces, as a mortar attack in the heart of the city left three dead and 25 wounded. Mortars ...

Qurei for report on Arafat ailment
ABU DIS (WEST BANK), NOV. 16.The Palestinian Prime Minister, Ahmed Qurei, has formally requested that France publish the medical records of Yasser Arafat following his death last week. Arafat died at the age of 75 on Thursday in a French ...

U.S. probes shooting of injured militant
NEW YORK, NOV. 16.The United States military is investigating the videotaped fatal shooting of a wounded and apparently unarmed Iraqi prisoner by a U.S. Marine in a mosque in the former militant stronghold of Fallujah, a Marine spokesman said. ...

Preparations for Palestinian polls gather pace
AMMAN (JORDAN), NOV. 16.Preparations for electing a new Palestinian President are shaping up, and are likely to gather momentum with the visit to Ramallah next week by the U.S. Secretary of State. The interim President, Rawhi Fattouh, who took ...

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No change in policy regarding India, says U.S.
WASHINGTON, NOV.16. The White House has said there will be no change in policy with respect to India as a result of the Secretary of State, Colin Powell, quitting the Cabinet. "The agenda is set by the President of the United States, and he's ...

India, China border talks this week
SINGAPORE, NOV. 16. The fourth round of parleys between India and China, at the level of Special Representatives, on the sensitive border dispute will be held in Beijing later this week. The National Security Adviser, J.N. Dixit, will begin ...



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