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Thursday, July 29, 2004
Iraqi families challenge U.K. Government
LONDON, JULY 28. The London High Court on Wednesday began hearings on a petition by six Iraqi families challenging the British Government's refusal to hold an independent inquiry into allegations of torture and killings of their relatives by U.K. ...
Israel reroutes wall closer to cease-fire line
JERUSALEM, JULY 28. Israel's Defence Ministry has mapped out a new route for the separation wall in the West Bank that obeys a Supreme Court order to reduce hardships for Palestinians and runs closer to the Israel's 1967 border, officials said. ...
Sri Lanka truce wearing thin, says mediator
COLOMBO, JULY 28.Sri Lanka's troubled peace process shows no signs of early resumption, with "levels of trust" between the Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) "pretty low," the visiting Norwegian Deputy Foreign Minister, ...
France-U.S. divide over Iraq widens
BRUSSELS, JULY 28. The ambassadors of the 26 NATO member states met here today to seek a `consensus' on the proposed deployment of troops in Iraq, as agreed at the Istanbul summit in June. Ostensibly, the NATO agenda is to deploy ...
9/11 commission should continue, says Kerry
NEW YORK, JULY 28. Even as Democrats continued to assail the policies of the Bush administration in the second day of their national convention in Boston, the Presidential candidate, Senator John Kerry, upped the political ante in the ongoing ...
`Jackson detained boy, family'
SANTA MARIA (California): Michael Jackson imprisoned a child and his family at his ranch and forced them to make a videotape absolving him of molestation claims after a television documentary linked the pop star to an obsession with young boys, a ...
Hoax grounds planes
Sydney: A bomb threat scribbled on a sick bag left in an aeroplane toilet sparked a huge security alert on Tuesday that grounded many flights leaving Australia. The captain flew the plane back to Sydney when the message was discovered, travelling ...
India & World
Talks with kidnappers: Kuwaiti firm optimistic
MANAMA, JULY 28. Al Dulaymi, whom the kidnappers of seven truck drivers of the Kuwait and Gulf Link Transport Company (KGL) had appointed as their representative, was "taking the negotiations towards a wrapping-up period," Rana Abu- Zaineh, ...
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