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Israel, Hamas reject U.N. ceasefire plan
Hamas favours proposal authored by Syria, Turkey
World on the brink of food shortages, says report
Rising temperatures take their toll on crops
ISI has responded to Indian dossier, says Gilani
“New Delhi had sent a 52-page dossier through the CIA”; No reply, say Indian officials
Extend consular access to Ajmal: rights panel
ISLAMABAD: The independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has urged the Government of Pakistan to extend consular access to Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’, the surviving gunman in the Mumbai attacks, and arrange legal assistance for ...
End-game for LTTE, says Army
School attack unprovoked, admits Israel
DUBAI: Israeli military officers have admitted that an attack on a U.N.-run school in Gaza, which led to 40 deaths, was not in response to Palestinian firing from inside the building, the United Nations has said. The casualties were ...
Ban recommends UNMIN extension
KATHMANDU: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has recommended the Security Council to extend the term of the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) by another six months. In a report released on Thursday, Mr. Ban said Nepal ...
Turkey: Army, government at odds
Crisis turns migrant workers into businessmen
NANCHANG: Half-a-year after being laid off by a Beijing-based electronic product sales company amid the global slowdown, Yu Yanbin has become his own boss, running a leather product factory in his hometown. Mr. Yu went back home to ...
U.S. economic model challenged
Paris: German Chancellor Angela Merkel has challenged the U.S. economic model saying the world should examine the massive debt accumulated by the U.S. and other economic imbalances instead of focusing only on problems caused by financial ...
Editor’s killing condemned
Toronto/New Delhi: The Commonwealth Journalists’ Association (CJA) has expressed its outrage at the killing of Lasantha Wickramatunga, Editor of the Sri Lankan newspaper Sunday Leader on Thursday, and has urged the ...
PoK Premier removed
ISLAMABAD: Almost unnoticed in the post-Mumbai fallout, there has been a change in the leadership in the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir too, but the manner in which it was effected was quite different from the change of guard in Jammu and Kashmir. ...
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