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US men allege torture in Pak jail

US men allege torture in Pak jail

Pakistani policemen escort handcuffed men identified as Umar Farooq, (3rd L), Aman Hassan Yemer, (C front) Ramy Zamzam, (C rear) and Waqar Hussain Khan,

BEDLAM IN TAIPEI HOUSE

BEDLAM IN TAIPEI HOUSE

Legislators from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and the Nationalist (KMT) Party (top) scuffle during a session

More evidence of terrorism danger than US govt admits

WASHINGTON – Top US national security officials failed to fully appreciate mounting evidence that Al-Qaeda might be

Storms in Mideast kill 5

CAIRO – Heavy rains and flash floods left five people dead across the Middle East on Monday, including a British

Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
KIEV – Ukraine faces a Feb. 7 run-off vote between opposition leader Viktor Yanukovich and populist Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko after a presidential
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
Sana’a – Yemeni forces will strike Al-Qaeda extremists for as long as they pose a threat, the interior minister warned, as the group denied government
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
NEW DELHI – Maoists may have been dependent on weapons looted from armories but now they have developed the expertise to clone sophisticated weapons,
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
NEW DELHI – Dense fog continued to affect rail and air traffic for the fifth consecutive day in the national capital on Monday as 21 international, three
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
DHAKA – The cabinet has approved a new telecom policy that will allow companies and individuals to run multiple telecom businesses in a bid to stop illegal
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
NAJAF, Iraq – Local government officials warned Saddam Hussein loyalists on Monday to move out of the Shiite province of Najaf in central Iraq within
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
MOGADISHU – Somali pirates freed a Greek-flagged tanker carrying 2 million barrels of oil Monday, a day after the biggest ransom yet paid to them was
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
ISLAMABAD – Pakistani and Indian forces exchanged fire across their border at the weekend, a Pakistani spokesman said on Monday, the latest in a series
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
PATNA, India – Maoist rebels blew up three mobile phone towers, destroyed railway tracks and forced shops to close during a day-long strike in the eastern
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
Holbrooke in India
US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Richard Holbrooke (L) shakes hands
Tuesday, 19 - January 2010
Peshawar – Militants blew up a boys’ primary school in northwest Pakistan on Monday, the latest in a wave of attacks by extremists targeting educational
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