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Saturday, September 11, 2004
Al-Yawer holds talks in Rome
ROME, SEPT.10. Iraq's interim President, Ghazi al-Yawer, met the Italian Premier, Silvio Berlusconi, on Friday in Rome as a previously unknown group claimed responsibility for kidnapping two Italian female aid workers in Baghdad. Mr. ...
Islamists target Putin
MOSCOW, SEPT. 10.An Islamist terrorist group has threatened to kill the Russian President, Vladimir Putin. The Islambouli Brigades, an Arab extremist group, which earlier claimed responsibility for bringing down two Russian airliners, said in a ...
New start for families after 9/11
NEW YORK, SEPT. 10. Three years after her husband, a firefighter, was killed in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Charlene Fiore has begun to build a new life. Last month, she married another firefighter, one who had helped recover ...
India & World
`India-U.S. ties will progress in spite of political changes'
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 10.Relations between the United States and India transcend party lines and there will be progress in spite of political changes either in Washington or New Delhi, says the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South ...
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