Volume 4 Number 37 Wed. July 02, 2003    
 
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Abbas eyes Israeli pullout from WB within 6 weeks
Palestinian prime minister Mahmud Abbas said Tuesday he believed the Israeli army would withdraw from all positions occupied in the West Bank since the start of the Palestinian uprising within six weeks.
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Pakistan vows to end row with India
President Pervez Musharraf affirmed Monday Pakistan's commitment to peacefully resolving its disputes with India but said the conflict over Kashmir must be addressed with sincerity.
 
US conducted 50 tests of bio arms in '60s & '70s
The US military conducted 50 highly-classified tests of biological and chemical agents in the 1960s and 1970s to find out how they would act in different environments and weather conditions, the US defense
 
Iraq no quagmire, says Rumsfeld
Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Monday remnants of toppled President Saddam Hussein's government have coalesced into a "terrorist network" in Iraq, but rejected the notion that U.S.
 
Bhutanese deadline for ULFA rebels ends, but they are still there
An Indian separatist group is continuing to hold on to its bases inside Bhutan despite the passing of a deadline for them to leave the Himalayan kingdom, police said Tuesday.
 
N Korea threatens to abandon armistice
North Korea threatened on Tuesday to abandon the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War, and warned that it will take "merciless retaliatory measures" in response to any economic blockade.
 

 
   
 
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