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Cellphone yields clues to bin Laden's Pakistan links
ISI-supported Harkat-ul-Mujahedeen was part of his support network

U.S.-India ties a “zero-sum game” for Pakistan: Hillary
Washington: Pakistan views successive partnerships between India and the United States as a “zero-sum game”, and always asks “So are you our friend or are you their friend?” according to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary ...

Former Rwandan Minister is first woman guilty of genocide
ARUSHA: A former Rwandan Minister for women's empowerment on Friday became the first woman to be found guilty of genocide and incitement to rape by an international tribunal. Judges at the U.N. court for Rwanda sentenced Pauline ...

China to rebalance ties with India, Pakistan
BEIJING: China will look to strike a better balance in its relations with India and Pakistan and will focus on improving relations with its neighbours in the next Five-Year Plan period (2011-15), according to representatives of the country's ...

IAEA for action on lessons from Japan
SINGAPORE: The International Atomic Energy Agency on Friday expressed “urgency” and “determination” to take “appropriate action” on the basis of lessons from the civil nuclear accident at the ...

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ENR guidelines do not detract from India waiver, says U.S.
Washington: Despite the Nuclear Suppliers Group this week adopting controversial new guidelines restricting the sale of enrichment and reprocessing (ENR) technology to certain nations, the United States on Thursday insisted that it continued ...




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