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Saturday, December 23, 2006
Chaos continues at Heathrow airport
LONDON: Thick fog caused the cancellation of flights at London's Heathrow Airport for a fourth successive day on Friday, forcing many people to scrap or delay their Christmas travel plans. British Airways announced it was cancelling 170 ...
Beslan lessons learnt: report
Parliamentary probe accuses local agencies of negligence
Six-party talks end without agreement
BEIJING: After five days of meetings in Beijing, the six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear programme ended without any concrete agreement or date for further rounds of negotiations. The talks, the first since North Korea tested a nuclear ...
Man charged with U.K. serial killings
"Significant" developments in probe
Stay the course of friendship, Russia tells new Turkmenistan leaders
MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Turkmenistan's new leaders to stay the course of friendship with Russia, as a Russian security chief warned of destabilisation in the Central Asian state. "We have known Saparmurat Atayevich ...
U.S. cancels exercises
MANILA: The U.S. military said on Friday it has cancelled joint war games with the Philippine military after a dispute with Philippine authorities over custody of a U.S. serviceman convicted of raping a Filipino, local media reported. Admiral ...
Eight charged in Haditha case
CAMP PENDLETON (CALIFORNIA): Eight Marines, including four officers, were charged in connection with the killings of 24 Iraqi civilians in the volatile town of Haditha, the most serious accusations levelled against U.S. forces in Iraq in terms of ...
Apocalypse, five billion years away
Astronomers foresee eventual disaster awaiting the solar system
PARIS: The French Prime Minister, Dominique de Villepin, was on Thursday questioned by judges over an alleged smear campaign to damage his party rival, the centre-right presidential hopeful Nicolas Sarkozy. The saga described as a French ...
India & World
India, Pakistan ink deal on local governance
Two sides will set up a "joint working group"
Mullaitivu suburb bombed: TamilNet
Influx to Government-held areas continuing: Army
On their way to freedom
ISLAMABAD: Seventy Indians, who were in Pakistani jails, are on their way to the Wagah border, where they are to be freed. They are likely to reach the border by late Saturday afternoon. Among them are 50 fishermen who are being sent by bus ...
India, Russia to intensify cooperation
"Defence experts finalise 12 projects"
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