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Sunday, October 02, 2005
Indonesia seeks international support after Bali bomb blasts
Aim is to avoid speculation "lest it cloud investigations"
Hamas loses in West Bank poll
Fatah maintains its dominant position in local elections
Iran threatens to withhold oil sales
DUBAI (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES): Iran could hold back oil sales if it is referred to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions over its nuclear programme, said President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a newspaper interview published on Saturday. ...
U.S. daily assails Musharraf's "lies"
"Falsely" insisting that he is acting against extremist outfits including the Taliban:The Washington Post
India & World
Sarabjit's confession had no evidentiary value, says lawyer
Harsh sentence against the principles of natural justice, fair play
Russia open to more oil projects: Aiyar
Russian Minister, Aiyar discuss prospects of joint exploration
Hasina flays BDR
NEW DELHI: Bangladesh's top Opposition leader Sheikh Hasina strongly criticised the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) on Saturday for alleging the involvement of Indian groups in the August 17 bomb blasts. She said such blame could not be apportioned ...
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