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    Pak could become the failed state everyone fears: Imran

    STAFF WRITER 18:55 HRS IST London, Jan 22 (PTI) Pakistan could become "the failed state" everyone fears it will if all parties are not brought to the negotiating table, said cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan, as he offered to broker a deal between the Taliban and the government. Imran...
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    Russia warns against rushing to Iran sanctions

    Reuters Friday, January 22, 2010 20:37 IST Moscow: Russia on Friday cautioned world powers against rushing towards sanctions to punish Iran for spurning a UN-brokered proposal to send its uranium abroad for processing. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov called on Tehran to work...
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    Hillary Clinton unveils Af - Pak regional stabilisation strategy

    PTI Friday, January 22, 2010 14:42 IST WASHINGTON: Weeks after US announced sending 30,000 new forces to Afghanistan, secretary of state Hillary Clinton today unveiled a long-term, non-military strategy to stabilise Afghanistan and Pakistan, that provides for sending more civilian experts to...
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    Nuclear-armed Pak risks slipping into radical hands: David Miliband

    WASHINGTON: In a rare appearance before a powerful US Congressional committee, British foreign secretary David Miliband today warned that a nuclear-armed Pakistan risked slipping into radical hands as the country was home to al-Qaeda leadership "We know that Pakistan matters not just because...
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    Robert Gates: US regrets 'grave mistakes' in Pakistan

    The US defence secretary Robert Gates apologised for America's "grave" mistakes in Pakistan and Afghanistan before the launch of the US 'war on terror' in 2001. Published: 11:33AM GMT 22 Jan 2010 Mr Gates was visiting Pakistan where he was seeking to bolster ties with Washington's key...
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    Terror alert at Indian airports after hijack threat

    India has increased security at its airports and warned its domestic airlines about a possible hijack attempt by Islamic militant groups following Western intelligence reports. Published: 6:46AM GMT 22 Jan 2010 The alert to India's civil aviation ministry warned that flights of state-run...
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    China Says U.S. Criticism of Its Internet Policy Harms Ties

    By EDWARD WONG Published: January 22, 2010 BEIJING — The Chinese Foreign Ministry lashed out Friday against criticism of China in a speech on Internet censorship made by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, calling on the United States government “to respect the truth and to stop using...
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    Russia to start Iran nuclear plant in 2010

    Reuters Thursday, January 21, 2010 19:25 IST Moscow: Russia will start up the reactor at Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant this year, the chief of Russia's state nuclear corporation told reporters on Thursday. "2010 is the year of Bushehr," Rosatom chief Sergei Kiriyenko told reporters...
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    Pakistan increases security for AQ Khan, other scientists

    PTI Thursday, January 21, 2010 20:56 IST ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government today beefed up security for disgraced nuclear scientist AQ Khan and other leading scientists of the country in view of recent incidents of "abduction and killing of scientists in neighbouring countries". The...
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    Share information on possible terror attacks: Rehman Malik to India

    PTI Thursday, January 21, 2010 20:56 IST ISLAMABAD: Interior minister Rehman Malik today asked New Delhi and Washington to share any information they have about possible terrorist attacks in India by Pakistan-based militant groups. Malik made the remarks while responding to points of order...
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    Hillary Clinton blasts China over cyber attacks

    NEW YORK: US secretary of state Hillary Clinton blasted China on Thursday, calling for consequences and condemnation for those who carry out cyber attacks, in a speech which addressed Google’s concerns about China. Clinton’s tough remarks were made in a speech at the Newseum in Washington...
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    Counter-terrorism cuts and confusion

    Telegraph View: Mixed signals from Whitehall on counter-terrorism may provide a boon for media-savvy enemies. Published: 7:41PM GMT 21 Jan 2010 If coherence is what one expects from governments fighting a war, it was sadly lacking yesterday. A Commons statement by the Prime Minister on...
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    Chinese government plays match-maker

    China's central government has set up a match-making website to help thousands of busy but lonely employees find love at work. Published: 5:27PM GMT 21 Jan 2010 The official website for the "Central Government Unions Magpie Bridge" - featuring a young man and woman peering at each other...
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    China removed as top priority for spies

    Intelligence chiefs object By Bill Gertz The White House National Security Council recently directed U.S. spy agencies to lower the priority placed on intelligence collection for China, amid opposition to the policy change from senior intelligence leaders who feared it would hamper efforts...
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    Gates wants nuclear talks with China

    By Bill Gertz Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates discussed China's military buildup with Indian leaders in New Delhi on Wednesday and told reporters he wants talks with China on nuclear weapons, something Beijing has resisted. Mr. Gates said after a meeting with Indian Defense Minister...
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    U.S. to deploy missiles near Russia

    By Nicholas Kralev President Obama sent two of his top national security officials to Moscow on Wednesday to clear the last hurdles to a new nuclear pact, but a revelation that U.S. missiles will soon be deployed near Russian territory could complicate the talks. The White House said that...
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    ****** region remains nerve centre of al-Qaeda: US

    STAFF WRITER 11:25 HRS IST Washington, Jan 21 (PTI) Despite its alarming expansion in countries like Yemen and Somalia, al-Qaeda and its leaders remain in the tribal areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan making it their nerve centre, Obama Administration's top counter-terrorism official said today...
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    Taliban leaders 'offered asylum' under London peace plan

    Taliban leaders could be offered exile abroad and have their names deleted from a UN sanctions blacklist as part of a peace plan for Afghanistan to be unveiled in London next week. By Ben Farmer in Kabul Published: 6:30PM GMT 20 Jan 2010 A briefing paper on the Afghan government's...
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    Pakistan counter-terrorism funding has been cut, Government admits

    Funding for counter-terrorism programmes in Pakistan, named by Gordon Brown as the biggest threat to the Britain, have been cut back, the Government has admitted. Published: 6:53PM GMT 20 Jan 2010 Foreign Office Minister Baroness Kinnock of Holyhead said programmes in counter-terrorism...
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    Taliban Overhaul Image in Bid to Win Allies

    By ALISSA J. RUBIN Published: January 20, 2010 KABUL, Afghanistan — The Taliban have embarked on a sophisticated information war, using modern media tools as well as some old-fashioned ones, to soften their image and win favor with local Afghans as they try to counter the Americans’ new...

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