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Another assault on Green Zone
MANAMA, DEC. 14. A car bomb has exploded outside the compound housing the American embassy and other government offices in Baghdad, the second in fewer than 24 hours. At least 12 persons were injured in the explosion, which took place 200 ...

French bridge is an engineering feat
PARIS, DEC. 14. Its seven pillars rising gracefully to a height of 1000 feet and more, the bridge outside the French town of Millau, inaugurated today by the French President Jacques Chirac, appears to float gracefully above the mist and the fog ...

Islamists kill four in Russia
MOSCOW: Suspected Islamists killed four persons and stole a large cache of firearms in a daring attack on an office of the Russian drug control agency in south Russia. The gunmen penetrated the local office of the Federal Drug Control Agency in ...

It's a witch-hunt: Kojo Annan
WASHINGTON, DEC. 14.Kojo Annan, son of the United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has said he is not involved in the Iraqi oil-for-food programme. "I feel the whole issue has been a witch-hunt from day one as part of a broader Republican ...

Suicide attack
BAGHDAD, DEC. 14.A suicide car bomber struck at a checkpoint in Baghdad's Green Zone today, killing seven persons.

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Talks on nuclear CBMs begin
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 14. India and Pakistan today began talks on nuclear confidence-building measures (CBMs) and exchanged views on measures such as operationalisation of a hotline between the Foreign Secretaries and the draft agreement on advance ...

Joint survey of boundary pillars in Sir Creek planned
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 14.India and Pakistan have agreed on conducting a joint survey of the boundary pillars in the disputed Sir Creek area. According to sources, the survey will start in January first week and is likely to be completed in a year. ...



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