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Saturday, July 23, 2005
Parties protest raids on seminaries
Crackdown meant to please U.S. and Britain, say Pakistan Islamic leaders
Blair's son in car crash
LONDON: Prime Minister Tony Blair's son was involved in a car crash with an elderly cyclist earlier this week, officials said on Friday. Officials said Euan Blair (21), was driving a car in Cheltenham, western England, on Monday when he was ...
Sweeping powers for Thai Premier
Security forces get the go-ahead to curb violent rebellion in south
It is going to be a shoot-to-kill policy: London Mayor
LONDON: Armed police shoot dead a terror suspect pinned to the floor of a London subway train. Officers with machine guns stand guard outside the Houses of Parliament. It's a far cry from the days when the traditional British policeman was ...
Worried Londoners take to cycle, skip the Tube
LONDON: Londoners are taking to bikes and scooters in increasing numbers after a second wave of terror attacks, choosing to brave traffic in the capital instead of riding Underground trains and buses. Bike and scooter shops said on Friday that ...
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