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Monday, June 07, 2004
Solemn ceremony marks D-Day celebrations
PARIS, JUNE 6. Under a blazing Norman sun, amid the emotion and the pageantry, the mood was one of reconciliation as the French and the U.S. Presidents, Jacques Chirac and George Bush, participated in ceremonies honouring the dead in the D-Day ...
Israeli Cabinet set to pass Gaza plan
MANAMA, JUNE 6. The Israeli Cabinet is set to pass the controversial Gaza pull-out plan, but the ruling coalition led by the Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, faces prospects of a collapse after a far-right party decided to review its continuation in ...
'No assurance that A.Q. Khan network is dismantled'
SINGAPORE, JUNE 6. The U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld's latest assurance about the successful dismantling of the Pakistan-based A.Q. Khan network of nuclear-weapons proliferation was disputed during the concluding plenary session of the ...
U.K. to tighten immigration laws
LONDON, JUNE 6. Britain has decided to tighten its immigration laws to restrict immigration from countries such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nigeria. A decision in this regard was taken at a recent meeting presided over by the Prime ...
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