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Hillary named Secretary of State
U.S. President-elect Obama retains Robert Gates as Defence Secretary

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Key LTTE town captured: Colombo


32 killed in Iraq blasts
BAGHDAD: A series of bombs struck U.S. and Iraqi security forces in Baghdad and the northern city of Mosul on Monday, killing at least 32 people and wounding dozens, said officials. The attacks were a grim reminder of the dangers facing ...

India urged to avoid Bush-Cheney road
DUBAI: Sections of the Arab-supported media and academics are urging India to avoid the approach adopted by the Americans after 9/11 in the wake of the carnage in Mumbai. An editorial in the Middle East Times also ...

India, Indonesia favour joint fight against global terror
JAKARTA: India and Indonesia decided on Monday to step up economic cooperation and work together in meeting fresh threats posed by global terrorism, as exemplified by the recent Mumbai terror attacks. In a joint statement issued here at ...

Malaysia to sound Interpol
SINGAPORE: Malaysia on Monday said it would ask Interpol to verify the “claim” that some of the terrorists involved in the Mumbai attacks had used a Malaysian address to gain accommodation in the city to plot the ...

British cities vulnerable like Mumbai: experts
LONDON: Britain would review its anti-terror strategy in the light of the Mumbai attacks, said Home Secretary Jacqui Smith on Sunday as a former head of SAS — Britain’s elite commando service — warned that London was ...

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