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Israeli officials Monday agreed to turn over to Palestinians security control of recently occupied portions of the West Bank and Gaza, beginning perhaps as soon as Monday night, sources said. The deal was reached during security talks between Israelis and
Slobodan Milosevic's war crimes trial in The Hague has been adjourned for several days because the former Yugoslav leader has flu, the tribunal says. Milosevic has refused to enter a plea, forcing the court to enter a not guilty plea on his behalf.
Portugal's centre-right Social Democrat party is expected to join forces with the smaller Popular Party to form a new government after winning a narrow majority in general elections. The social democrats, led by the former foreign minister Jose Manuel Dur
Cuban president Fidel Castro said (on) Sunday his friend and ally, president Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, could speak for him and his revolutionary ideas at a world development conference in Mexico this week. "Even if I don't go, we, I, feel represented in y
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In the wake of fresh violence in the Middle East, Israeli and Palestinian field commanders met late Sunday as part of a U.S.
President George W Bush has condemned as "an outrage" the grenade attack on a Christian church in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, which killed five people, including a US embassy administrator and her daughter. A Pakistani and an Afghan were also killed
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah has accepted an invitation from President Bush to visit Washington, nine months after the kingdom's de facto ruler snubbed a similar invite over perceived U.S.
As a proposed meeting among Israelis, Palestinians and a visiting U.S.
Two Americans were among at least five people killed in a grenade attack on a Protestant church packed with foreigners for a Sunday service in Pakistan's capital, a U.S.
One of the Pentagon's leading advocates of toppling Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein said Saturday that quick action was needed to limit Hussein's ability to threaten the region and Americans. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz told CNN " that President B
Indian police have imposed a curfew in parts of the western city of Ahmedabad after deadly clashes between Hindu and Muslim gangs continued into the early hours of Saturday. Two people died and 14 others were injured in the fighting, according to the city
European leaders have agreed a range of measures to strengthen their economies and improve competition in an attempt to catch up with the US. Ending their two-day summit in Barcelona, leaders agreed to boost competition in electricity and gas markets, to
The United States military has carried out a successful test of its new missile defence system. A dummy warhead was launched over the Pacific Ocean at 2111EST (0211GMT Saturday), and was hit by a ground-launched missile 20 minutes later.
There has been fresh religious violence in the Indian state of Gujurat, with at least three killed as mobs set fire to shops in the main city, Ahmedabad. Tension was already high following a ceremony by hard-line Hindus near the disputed religious site at
European leaders are starting their final day of talks on economic streamlining in confident mood, with hosts Spain expressing optimism that an agreement will be reached on Saturday. Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique said the European Union leaders, me
The lawyer for the chief suspect in the kidnapping in Pakistan of murdered US journalist Daniel Pearl has dismissed his indictment in America as "absurd". Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, also known as Sheikh Omar, was indicted on Thursday for hostage taking and
A group of 25 North Korean asylum seekers who sought refuge in the Spanish embassy in Beijing is due to arrive in the Philippines, en route to South Korea. The group took a commercial flight to Manila shortly after Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji announ
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