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March 25, 2003

Muslims and Jews alike have complained of a wave of harassment and abuse in Australia since the US-led invasion of Iraq ...
January 3, 2005

The country recognized as the leading producer of the opium used in other parts of the world is now facing a drug-abuse ...
October 16, 2003

Indiana has hired programmers from India to update its computers, inviting much domestic criticism.
January 4, 2006

JP Batra says that all airlines put together don't carry the no of passengers in a year that the Railways ferry in a sin ...
April 19, 2004

The 43-yr-old Argentine soccer legend, who has a history of drug abuse, is under intensive care in a Buenos Aires clinic ...
May 17, 2004

Arab news media reacted cautiously to the videotaped beheading of an American civilian, with some newspapers conspicuous ...
April 26, 2004

Rohit Gandhi - After graduating and working with a New York based fashion house for five years, he launched H2O a brand ...
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May 19, 2004

US prison guard Jeremy Sivits pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges relating to the abuse and humiliation of inmates insid ...
May 19, 2004

US Army officials in Iraq tried to curtail Red Cross' spot inspection of the Abu Ghraib prison after the international a ...
May 12, 2004

As US forces surged through the desert to topple Saddam Hussein, slogans and symbols referring to the attacks of Sept. 1 ...
May 12, 2004

Iraqis on Wednesday condemned the grisly beheading of a US businessman, but saw it as a natural reaction to the abuse of ...
May 12, 2004

The international community reacted with disgust on Wednesday at American Nick Berg's beheading shown in a video on an A ...
May 17, 2004

In yet another startling revelation, a news magazine has said George W Bush, Donald Rumsfeld and John Ashcroft signed of ...
May 12, 2004

Italy's paramilitary Carabinieri police said Wednesday they never had any information on abuses of Iraqi prisoners - a r ...
May 12, 2004

Prime Minister Tony Blair said Wednesday that alleged abuse of prisoners in Iraq "has been immensely damaging."
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