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Monday, October 04, 2004
Sharon vows to expand Gaza operations
JEBALIYA REFUGEE CAMP (GAZA STRIP), OCT. 3.The Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, said on Sunday his country would expand the deadliest Gaza offensive in four years, keeping troops in the area indefinitely with the goal of stopping Palestinian ...
Bush, Kerry focus on domestic issues
WASHINGTON, OCT. 3.After the focus on Iraq in the first debate where the Democratic nominee, Senator John Kerry, was clearly more articulate than the incumbent Republican, George W. Bush, the candidates have hit the campaign trail focussing on a ...
U.K. examines hostage swap offer
LONDON, OCT. 3. British police are investigating a claim that Ken Bigley, the British engineer held for more than two weeks by a militant Islamic group in Iraq, would be freed if the British Government releases around a dozen high-profile ...
China for U.N. Council expansion
SINGAPORE, OCT. 3.China has proposed that the moves to reform the United Nations should help "accelerate the common (economic) development" of the member-States. Supporting the initiative for an expansion of the U.N. Security Council as part ...
18 ETA members held in France
BAYONNE (France): A vast police operation on Sunday in France and Spain netted at least 18 suspected members of the armed Basque separatist group ETA and large stocks of weapons, authorities said. Seventeen suspects were captured in towns in ...
Editor killed in Bangladesh
DHAKA: A newspaper editor was stabbed to death by unknown assailants on Sunday in northern Bangladesh, police and colleagues said. Dipankar Chokroborty (55), executive editor of Dainik Durjoy Bangla, was stabbed in the throat and was left ...
Church to fight gay marriages
Vilalba (Spain): In his house overlooking the beet fields and pastures that stretch past the Church of Santiago de Sancobad, Father Antonio Seijas had clear opinions on Spain's Socialist Government as it prepared on Saturday to introduce gay ...
India & World
Roh visit aimed at long-term cooperation
SINGAPORE, OCT. 3 The first-ever "State visit" to India by the South Korean President, Roh Moo-Hyun, from Monday, is being undertaken to "set the foundation for a long-term cooperative partnership" between the two countries. A key official in ...
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