Syria Hand In Beirut’s Assassination

U.S. seems sure of Syria’s hand in Beirut’s Assassination as Syrian government had failed to act against militant groups in Israel and against a supply line from Syria to Iraq. U.S strongly condemns this brutal attack. The White House spokesman said that the killing was a terrible reminder. It was an ominous on two counts: first, because it raised concern that could plunge back into the civil war and second, it underscored growing American impatience …

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Myanmar Frees Opposition Figure After Seven Years

Myanmar’s ruling junta (government) liberated the deputy leader of the country’s pro-democracy party after imprisonment of seven years, but did not present any explanation about taking part in allowed in coming elections. The liberation of 82-year-old Tin Oo, who assisted to find the National League for Democracy with Suu Kyi, came out before a U.N envoy visit to Myanmar to check the regime’s progress on human rights. After his release, Tin Oo told reporters, “I …

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Two Decades of Long Civil War Of Sudan Ended

After three years of negotiations, a peace deal ended Sudan’s two-decades-long civil war. It was signed on January 9, 2005. This peace pact ended the conflict between the Arab-Muslim government of the North and the black Christian and animist south. The entire peace process was done a weeks later of Garang’s death. The protracted negotiations had largely stalled over oil reserves, because 75 percent of which are located in the South only. The peace agreement …

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Suicidal Bombing Attack In Indonesia

Indonesian bombings were a series of terrorist suicide bomb and a series of car bombs attacks. On 1st October 2005, bombs exploded at two sites of south Bali. As per the official report 20 people were killed and 129 were injured. They also stated that the three bombers were dead. According to Indonesia’s head of counter-terrorism, these attacks were carried out in a similar way to the 2002 bombings. Mutilated bodies and the remnants of …

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Sources Of Tension Between China And US

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for China and other autocratic governments to put restrictions on citizens’ use of the Internet, warning to provoke earlier uneasy ties with Beijing. Both the two giant nations are popular economically. The major sources of tension between them are: Currency and debt: The United States complains that China maintains its currency undervalued using artificial means, thus illegally helping exporters. China has confidentially pegged the yuan to the dollar …

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U.S Defends Taiwan Arms Deal

The U.S government announced that it had approved the arms deal to Taiwan. China and Taiwan have separate governments since the end of a civil war in 1949 and Taiwan to be part of China. The worth of arms deal to Taiwan is $ 6.4 billion of military equipment and it is the most sensitive issue in U.S-China relations. The arms deal providing 114 Patriot missiles, 60 Black Hawk helicopters, two Osprey mine-hunting ships, twelve …

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