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Fighting rages in Iraq
MANAMA, DEC. 13.Seven American troops have been killed in Iraq's western Anbar province as fighting continues to rage in the resistance strongholds, exactly a year after the capture of the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein. While the U.S. ...

Colombo blast, a message for Government?
COLOMBO, DEC. 13. Sri Lankan security analysts and eyewitnesses feel Saturday's grenade explosion at a concert featuring Indian filmstar, Shah Rukh Khan, was the outcome of lax security, possible clash of business interests and the jostle for ...

Israel `will respond' to soldiers' deaths
MANAMA, DEC. 13.Miliitants belonging to the Hamas and a faction of the Fatah, in a joint operation late on Sunday, killed five Israeli soldiers and wounded another six. A blast in a booby trapped tunnel, beneath an Israeli post caused the ...

Come clean on crimes in Afghanistan, U.S. told
WASHINGTON, DEC. 13. In an open letter to the U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, Human Rights Watch has said new cases of prisoner deaths have emerged from American detention facilities in Afghanistan. It said they highlighted the ...

A dim view of Bush's re-election
WASHINGTON, DEC. 13. The U.S. President, George Bush's re-election was viewed negatively by a majority of people in several European countries — including those in Britain, America's strongest ally in the war in Iraq, Associated Press ...

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India `paranoid' over F-16s: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 13. Accusing India of being "paranoid" over its efforts to acquire F-16 fighter aircraft, Pakistan today rejected India's statements on its weapons acquisition programme as disturbing and urged it to maintain ...

No information shared on Parliament attack: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 13. Pakistan today said India had not shared any information or evidence about the December 13, 2001 Parliament attack. The Foreign Office spokesman, Masood Khan, told the weekly news conference here that India has not shared ...



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