Vol. 4 Num 293 Wed. March 24, 2004    
 
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'Yassin assassination buries ME peace'
Israel's assassination of Hamas spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin risks burying international efforts for peace in the Middle East, the Russian press wrote yesterday.

"Iraq 2.

 
US piles up pressure on Syria to disarm as ME heavyweight
With imminent sanctions for allegedly bankrolling terror and demands to pull its troops out of Lebanon, a US noose is tightening around Damascus's neck in a bid to disarm it as a Middle East heavyweight.
 
US exploring possibility of making India a non-Nato ally too
The US is exploring the possibility of making India a non-Nato ally, the White House has said.
 
Nepal to press ahead with elections despite Maoist attacks
Nepal's home minister said yesterday the government will press ahead with elections despite a deadly Maoist attack against security forces at the weekend he said was aimed at disrupting the polls.
 
'Arab reform pushed aside by Israeli killing'
Arab leaders faced with the fallout from Israel's assassination of Palestinian Islamist leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin will have little time for US-inspired plans for reform when they meet in Tunis next week.
 
'US faces credibility erosion over WMD'
The former chief US weapons inspector in Iraq warned Monday that the United States is in "grave danger" of destroying its credibility at home and abroad if it does not own up to its mistakes in Iraq.
 
Has the son got the family business?
Is Rahul Gandhi the heir apparent of the Nehru-Gandhi legacy instead of his, as Congress leaders say, "more popular" sister Priyanka?

While the siblings' mother and the AICC president, Sonia Gandhi

 

 
   
 
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