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Saturday, March 18, 2006
U.S.-led assault continues in Iraq
Three killed in drive-by shooting at Shia pilgrims
Water forum's focus on the poor
Many live on less than 20 litres per day
U.N. reports "progress" in Iran talks
UNITED NATIONS: U.N. Security Council Ambassadors reported a ``slight progress'' in their effort to resolve the Iranian nuclear crisis as top foreign policy officials of the five permanent members and Germany decided to meet next week to chalk ...
Protests over job scheme turn violent in France
Government open to talks on hire and fire policy, says Chirac
India & World
UNESCO backs South Asia Foundation's work on regional cooperation
PARIS: The Director General of UNESCO, Koïchiro Matsuura, opened on Friday the annual meeting of the South Asia Foundation at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The South Asia Foundation (SAF), founded in 2000 by UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet ...
No re-negotiation, says Burns
"Pact will not enhance New Delhi's nuclear weapons programme"
Pakistan sounds a note of warning
A "package approach" for two countries would have been better: Pakistan
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