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Focus on Fatah hand in Dubai murder
Dubai police probe possible Hamas connivance too

Rushdie attacks Amnesty's “moral bankruptcy”
LONDON: Novelist Salman Rushdie on Sunday joined the growing chorus of criticism of Amnesty International for working with a suspected Islamist group, Cageprisoners, formed by a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Moazzam Begg. He accused ...

“3S” for practical non-proliferation
SINGAPORE: Japan and Australia on Sunday pledged to help countries with atomic energy programmes to stay clear of the nuclear-weapons path, according to Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada and his Australian counterpart Stephen Smith after ...

Iran: Russia against crippling curbs
MOSCOW: Russia will not support “crippling” sanctions against Iran and will supply anti-missile systems contracted by Tehran, a top Russian diplomat has said. “The notion of ‘crippling sanctions' is totally ...

NATO faces stiff resistance


GM chief gets $9 million
New York: Edwards E Whitacre, chief of General Motors, will receive an annual compensation of $9 million . GM received billions of dollars worth Federal funds. Mr. Whitacre, also its chairman, would receive an annual cash base ...

Houben cannot talk after all
LONDON: It was heralded as a medical miracle. After spending more than two decades in a vegetative state, Rom Houben, a Belgian man in his mid-40s, was suddenly able to communicate, news reports trumpeted last November. Other experts ...

Rise in tourists visiting North, says Colombo
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan government says there has been a sharp rise in the number of local and foreign tourists visiting the Northern Province in recent weeks. The state-run English weekly Sunday Observer quoted Tourism Minister Achala ...




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