Volume 4 Number 77 Mon. August 11, 2003    
 
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Indo-Pak opinion makers start first peace dialogue
Public representatives and opinion makers of India and Pakistan opened a conference here yesterday to ease tension in volatile South Asia with Indian premier Atal Behari Vajpayee calling for an end to
 
Riots erupt in Basra again
UK troops fire-warning shots

British troops fired warning shots in the Iraqi city of Basra yesterday as hundreds of locals rioted for a second day, attacking vehicles and burning tires in protest at power and fuel shortages.

 
London police given 'shoot to kill' order over new terror alert
London is at increasing risk from suicide bombers, forcing its front line police officers into a policy of "shoot to kill", a British newspaper reported yesterday.
 
US to push for new UN resolution on Iraq
President George W.
 
Maoists seek decisive talks with Kathmandu
Nepal's Maoist rebels are seeking a conclusive round of peace talks with the government to end a seven-year-old revolt that has killed more than 7,200 people, the chief Maoist negotiator said.
 
Israel to be blamed if truce fails: Abbas
Tel Aviv to go ahead with fencing plan
Israel would be responsible for scuttling the latest Middle East truce after a bloody West Bank raid, Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmud Abbas said in comments published yesterday.
 

 
   
 
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