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South Korea MPAs Fight Over Budget

South Korea MPAs Fight Over Budget

South Korea MPAs Fight Over Budget South Korea MPAs Fight Over Budget South Korean MPs came to blows as the ruling party tried to pass a budget for next year. Dozens of opposition MPs and their aides fought their counterparts from the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) after the latter …

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Pak Team Tour For New Zealand Details

Pak Team Tour for NZ on Dec 18th

Pakistan Cricket Team Tour for New Zealand details Pak Team Tour for NZ on Dec 18th Manager Pakistan Cricket Team Intikhab Aalam on Wednesdat said that the team planned to go to Malaysia without seeking Pakistan Cricket Board’s permission. Talking to mediamen at Qadafi Stadium Lahore, Intikhab said that the …

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Australia blames US For Wikileaks

Australia blames US For Wikileaks

Australia blames US For Wikileaks Australia blames US For Wikileaks Australia’s foreign minister has said the US is to blame for the release of thousands of diplomatic cables on Wikileaks, not its Australian founder, Julian Assange. Kevin Rudd said the release raised questions about US security. Mr Rudd said he …

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18 countries including China boycott Nobel Prize ceremony

18 countries including China boycott Nobel Prize ceremony

18 countries including China boycott Nobel Prize ceremony 18 countries including China boycott Nobel Prize ceremony Several governments have declined invitations to attend Friday’s ceremony to award imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo the Nobel Peace Prize, the Norwegian Nobel Commission said Tuesday. Several governments have declined invitations to attend Friday’s …

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Julian Assange Refused Bail

Julian Assange surrendered himself to police in London

Julian Assange Refused Bail Wikileaks founder Julian Assange refused bail The founder of the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has told a court he will fight extradition to Sweden. Bail was refused and the Australian, who denies sexually assaulted two women in Sweden, was remanded in custody pending a hearing …

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Pak Army Tests Anti Tank Guided Missile Positively

Pak Army Tests Anti Tank Guided Missile Positively

Pak Army Tests Anti Tank Guided Missile Positively Karachi : Pak army tests anti tank guided missile positively on sunday. This missile is local made. Pak Army Tests Anti Tank Guided Missile Positively Pakistan Army has successfully tested a completely indigenous anti-tank guided missile.The tested anti-tank guided missile hit hundred …

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Pakistan Trade Relations Increased with Turkey

Trade relations to be increased with Turkey says Gilani

Pakistan Trade Relations Increased with Turkey Pakistan Trade Relations Increased with Turkey Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that Pakistan lays freat emphasis to its relations with Turkey as both the countries share a common nation , Dunay News reported on Tuesday. The prime minister also said that the …

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Cyber crime wing Hacker of website of President

Cyber crime wing hacker of website of President of Pakistan arrested

Cyber crime wing hacker of website of President Cyber crime wing: hacker of website of President of Pakistan arrested Cyber crime wing has raided and arrested the hacker of the official website of the President of Pakistan, Dunya News reported on Monday. The wing has constituted a special committee for …

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China Hits North Korea

North Korean soldiers patrol on a pathway along the bank of the Yalu River the China North Korea border

China Hits North Korea China hits back at criticism over North Korea BEIJING/ SEOUL (Reuters) – China Tuesday hit back at the United States and its Asian allies for their refusal to talk to North Korea, saying dialogue was the only way to calm escalating tension on the divided Korean …

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WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested in Britain

WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested in Britain

WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested in Britain Updated at: 1527 PST, Tuesday, December 07, 2010 LONDON — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange surrendered to London police Tuesday to face a Swedish arrest warrant, the latest blow to an organization that faces legal, financial and technological challenges after releasing hundreds of secret U.S. …

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