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Afghanistan, Pakistan seek to defuse rising tension
Kabul envoy meets senior Pakistan officials over Taliban issue

TNA welcomes Karunanidhi's election
Expresses confidence that the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister would take interest in the resolution of the ethnic conflict

Seven held in Britain over terror plot
LONDON: Seven people, suspected of plotting terror attacks abroad, were on Wednesday detained after raids on properties across England as part of a major anti-terrorist operation which was likely to continue throughout the day. Details of the ...

Huge fire engulfs Istanbul airport
Authorities say there is no immediate indication of any terrorism link to the blaze

Fighter plane collision risks crisis
ATHENS/ISTANBUL: A mid-air collision between jousting Greek and Turkish fighters in disputed airspace over the Aegean Sea on Tuesday threatened to reignite age-old rivalries. The two planes are believed to have rammed each other, in full view ...

Bush backs Israel's border plan
WASHINGTON: In a policy shift, the White House has praised Israel's plan to set its borders with the Palestinians and is convinced those boundaries could create side-by-side states if a negotiated solution proves elusive. Yet, the course that ...

U.S. strategy will endanger Iraqi journalists, says IPI
VIENNA: International Press Institute (IPI) has welcomed the report summary on U.S. payments to Iraqi media and said propaganda operations could endanger the lives of journalists. The summary of a review examining payments made to the Iraqi ...

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