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    Spy agencies were dead wrong on Iraq: report
    WASHINGTON, MARCH 31.In yet another highly critical report but one that does not fault the White House directly, a Presidential Commission has said that spy agencies were "dead wrong" in most of their judgements on Iraq's weapons of mass ...

    Jakarta admits slow delivery of relief
    GUNUNG SITOLI (INDONESIA), MARCH 31.Indonesia's Government acknowledged on Thursday it has been slow in delivering food and water to victims of the nation's latest massive earthquake, as rescuers pulled survivors and bodies out of rubble on two ...

    U.K. Conservatives want to ditch "Tory"
    LONDON, MARCH 31.Ditching four centuries of political tradition is never easy, but that has not stopped the British Conservative party from trying to persuade broadcasters to stop calling them Tories during the forthcoming U.K. general election ...

    North Korea demands nuclear talks on "equal terms"
    SEOUL (SOUTH KOREA), MARCH 31.North Korea said on Thursday the United States should first remove all potential nuclear threats in the region before it would discuss giving up its own nuclear programme, and demanded that it be treated as an equal ...

    Uncertainty in Egypt over Mubarak's successor
    CAIRO, MARCH 31.Hosni Mubarak has no obvious successor and has yet to say whether he will run for another term. His son, long expected to take over, denies having any presidential ambitions. And street protests are becoming more widespread and ...

    Woman seeks damages for racial bias
    LONDON, MARCH 31.A British-Indian woman has sued the prestigious Law Society, the country's leading body of solicitors, for 1 million for alleged racial and sexual harassment. Simrit Parmar, 37, who worked for the Society as an adviser, has ...

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    `Joint mechanism could help move peace process forward'
    COLOMBO, MARCH 31. As the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) attempt to work out a joint mechanism for post-tsunami reconstruction, Ram Manikkalingam, Senior Adviser to the Sri ...

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