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    Expatriate Iraqis head to polls
    MANAMA, JAN. 28. Iraqis overseas today voted for their country's controversial elections, two days ahead of polling in Iraq on Sunday. Expatriates in Australia were the first to cast ballots followed by those in West Asia. The largest single ...

    Life in Baghdad comes to a standstill
    MANAMA, JAN. 28.With the countdown for Iraq's national elections entering its final phase, Baghdad has been virtually paralysed following warnings by guerilla groups that people who vote in Sunday's polling would be targeted. Traffic in the ...

    Britain to amend terror law
    LONDON, JAN. 28. The British Government is to amend its controversial anti-terror law which allows it to detain indefinitely, and without trial, foreigners suspected of terrorist activities. The Home Secretary, Charles Clarke, has said all the ...

    Rice's stress on pushing Bush agenda
    WASHINGTON, JAN. 28. The U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, has said the State Department will lead the promotion of the President, George W Bush's ambitious — seen controversial in many quarters — agenda of promoting freedom ...

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    Engage India, Goh tells ASEAN
    SINGAPORE, JAN. 28. Exhorting the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) to engage India, among other "major powers", Singapore's senior Minister and former Prime Minister, Goh Chok Tong, on Thursdaylaunched the Institute of South Asian ...

    Pakistan to go ahead with gas project
    ISLAMABAD, JAN. 28. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, has again asserted that Islamabad would go ahead with the Iranian gas pipeline project irrespective of the Indian decision. He told a breakfast meeting on the margins of the World ...

    Rushdie sees no threat
    LONDON, JAN. 28.Salman Rushdie has described as "total nonsense" media reports suggesting that some recent remarks by Iran's spiritual leader Ayatollah Khamenei amounted to a renewal of the "fatwa" issued against him 15 years ago amid worldwide ...



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