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UN envoy starts talks to end Maoist revolt
Rebels call for talks with Nepali parties
UN envoy Lakhdar Brahimi began a series of meetings in Nepal yesterday in a bid to find a peaceful settlement to the conflict between the government and Maoist rebels, a UN official said.
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London gets back to business after blasts
4 mosques hit by arson attacks
Commuters returned to work in London yesterday, the start of the first full week since bombers killed at least 49 people on a bus and subway trains.
 
Israel looks for US, EU fund to bolster pullout
Israel looked yesterday to international support for its pullout from the Gaza Strip, requesting a multi-billion dollar aid package from the United States and lobbying for EU backing from its visiting
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Thousands recall Srebrenica pain
Tens of thousands of people are attending ceremonies marking the 10th anniversary of the massacre of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica.
 
9 Iraqi soldiers killed in rebel attacks
9 Iraqis suffocated to death in police van
Nine Iraqi soldiers were killed yesterday when rebels launched a carefully-planned dawn raid on a road checkpoint in central Iraq, a day after nearly 50 died in a string of nationwide attacks mostly triggered
 
Bakiyev calls for review of US presence after Kyrgyz polls win
Kyrgyzstan intends to review the presence of a US base on its territory, president-elect Kurmanbek Bakiyev said on Monday at his first news conference since he was elected president of the strategic central
 
Blast kills 16 at shopping centre in Russia
Sixteen people were killed yesterday in an explosion in a shopping centre in the north-western Russian city of Ukhta, the emergency situations ministry said.
 
Delhi, Naga rebels to hold truce talks outside India
Central government negotiators and leaders of the separatist National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) are expected to meet outside the country to discuss extension of a ceasefire aimed at endingnearly
 

 
   
 
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