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Mass arrest of Hamas leaders deepens crisis
Israeli jets fly over summer palace of Syrian President Assad
Bush overstepped his authority: Court
Supreme Court blocks Guantanamo trials
Respond soon, Iran told
MOSCOW: Foreign Ministers from the world's most industrialised democracies on Thursday said they expected Iran to reply by next week to international proposals on suspending its controversial nuclear enrichment programme. In a joint ...
Women throng Kuwaiti polling stations
Election attracts worldwide attention
India & World
TULF president: Indian model will suit Sri Lanka
Says it will be welcomed by people and Government of Tamil Nadu
Dhaka opposes oil exploration move
DHAKA: Bangladesh has lodged a strong protest against India's move to invite tenders for exploring oil and gas in undemarcated areas in the Bay of Bengal, Prime Minister Khaleda Zia told Parliament on Wednesday. Replying to a question, she ...
Surprise over Bangladesh leaders' remarks
Comments on ban on export of lentil, sugar and wheat
``Break opium-terrorism nexus in Afghanistan''
In this global effort, provide alternative livelihood to farmers
Deal, a strategic initiative: Lugar
"It will give U.S. new diplomatic options"
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