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Islamabad fumes over NATO hot pursuit
50 terrorists killed in strikes on Pakistani soil

NATO justifies attack
KABUL: NATO justified the helicopter strikes on Pakistani soil based on “the right of self-defence”, said a spokesman. U.S. officials have said they have an agreement that allows aircraft to cross a few kilometres into Pakistani ...

Will defend democracy: Kayani
ISLAMABAD: Amid speculation of a military-backed regime change, Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff Ashfaq Pervez Kayani on Monday joined hands with President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani to “resolve to protect ...

Russia, China sign energy deal
BEIJING: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday signed a series of political and commercial deals on his second state visit to China, a sign of closer strategic ties between the two world powers. Mr. Medvedev held talks with his ...

No quick decisions: Abbas
Paris: With talks between the Israelis and Palestinians apparently headed for a stalemate, French President Nicolas Sarkozy again attempted to wrest the initiative from the U.S. in the West Asia crisis, saying he would invite Palestinian ...

Kuwait scraps sponsored foreign recruitment
DUBAI: The visiting Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs, Vayalar Ravi has welcomed Kuwait's decision to scrap the sponsorship system for the recruitment of foreign labour, which is heavily loaded in favour of employers. “This is a ...

Singapore Minister Balaji Sadasivan passes away
SINGAPORE: Balaji Sadasivan (55), Singapore's Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, passed away here on Monday. He was suffering from cancer. Foreign Minister George Yeo said Mr. Balaji, as he was popularly known, stood out as a ...

Pakistan to chair IAEA Board for third time
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday was elected Chairman of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the third time. It held this office in 1962-63 and 1986-87. Chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy ...

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