Volume 4 Number 235 Wed. January 21, 2004    
 
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Algerian gas plant explosion kills 23
At least 23 people were killed and 74 injured when a huge explosion ripped through a liquefied natural gas plant near the eastern Algerian port of Skikda, in the country's worst industrial accident since
 
Annan mulls sending UN mission to Iraq
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said he would consider sending a UN team to Iraq in a move the United States hopes will quell opposition to its plans for the future Iraqi government.
 
World Social Forum
Americans serve as anti-Bush envoys
For many anti-globalisation activists meeting here the United States is shorthand for all that is wrong with the world.
 
India, Pakistan set agenda for Delhi talks in Feb
India and Pakistan have agreed to start discussions on eight issues, including Kashmir, Siachen and introduction of new confidence-building measures, Pakistani media has quoted European sources as saying.
 
Kerry wins big in Iowa
Gephardt drops out
Democrat John Kerry capped a stunning political comeback on Monday with a victory in Iowa's caucuses that dramatically reshaped the Democratic presidential race and ended Richard Gephardt's White House
 
Pakistan, Turkey sign anti-terror deal
Pakistan and Turkey, two Muslim countries recently targeted by Islamic extremists, yesterday signed an anti-terrorist cooperation deal along with agreements on expanding business ties at the start ofvisit
 

 
   
 
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