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Foreign powers lean on Burma to open up aid drive
Foreign powers lean on Burma to open up aid drive
Western powers kept up the pressure on Burma's generals on Thursday to allow a massive aid effort as relief workers struggled to help an estimated...
Pakistan urges more US patience over tribal areas
Pakistan urges more US patience over tribal areas
Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Riaz Muhammad Khan on Wednesday urged the United States to be more patient as his country fights extremists in tribal...
US death toll in Iraq reaches 4 000
US death toll in Iraq reaches 4 000
The number of United States soldiers to die in Iraq has reached 4 000, the US military said on Monday, just days after the fifth anniversary of...
True to form, Bush refuses to budge on Iran
True to form, Bush refuses to budge on Iran
United States President George Bush is not known for changing his mind. Unmoved by the collective wisdom of the US intelligence community, he still...
Africa: A bright spot in Bush's foreign policy
Africa: A bright spot in Bush's foreign policy
United States President George Bush travels this week to Africa, one of the few regions where he can claim globally recognised successes for...

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