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Another round of nuclear diplomacy on Iran begins
DUBAI: Foreign Ministers of Iran, Turkey and Brazil have met in Istanbul to begin a new round of diplomacy to bring about a negotiated end to Iran's nuclear crisis. Ahead of the meeting, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin ...

Furious Love Parade survivors seek answers from organisers
DUISBURG (Germany): Angry survivors demanded answers from organisers on Sunday after 19 people were killed in a stampede at Germany's Love Parade and prosecutors launched an inquiry into how the tragedy unfolded. At a heated press ...

BP to start drilling off Libya
LONDON: BP will start drilling off the Libyan coast in a few weeks, it has said, despite lingering questions over the deal which led to the exploration and the oil firm's role in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. “We expect to begin ...

Thousands hit as Iowa dam ruptures
DELHI (Iowa): Heavy rain ruptured the Lake Delhi dam on Saturday, sending a torrent into the Maquoketa River below and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of homes and vacation cabins in eastern Iowa. Officials estimated that 8,000 people ...

Spies were betrayed, says Putin
MOSCOW: Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said the Russian spies deported from the United States earlier this month had been betrayed. In an extraordinary candid admission Mr. Putin told reporters on Saturday that 10 Russian agents ...

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Indian-origin entrepreneur honoured
London: Indian-origin entrepreneur Vijay Patel, who arrived in Britain from Kenya 40 years ago with just £5 in his pocket and went on to find riches in the pharmaceuticals industry, has been honoured by his old university. Dr. ...




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