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Monday, August 01, 2005
Abortive attacks were motivated by Iraq war, says suspect
"There was a conviction that it was necessary to send out a signal"
Five U.S. soldiers killed in roadside blasts in Baghdad
BAGHDAD: Five U.S. soldiers were killed by roadside bombs in two separate incidents in Baghdad, the U.S. military said on Sunday. In the first attack on Saturday around 1:40 p.m., a patrol hit a roadside bomb in the southern Dora ...
Korean talks hit a snag
BEIJING: North Korea's demands ``for what it should receive in exchange for abandoning its nuclear weapons programme snarled talks on Sunday on a draft agreement at international disarmament talks. Deputy leaders of the six delegations spent ...
Astronauts replenish ISS
SPACE CENTER (HOUSTON): Astronauts on Sunday exchanged supplies for trash that has accumulated on the International Space Station since shuttles were grounded after the 2003 Columbia tragedy. They also prepared for a second space-walk set for ...
Ulster plan to help heal wounds
Belfast to draw on South Africa's experience in dealing with post-violence situation
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