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New mosque opened in Rotterdam by Al Maktoum Foundation

Rotterdam,18 December. 2010 (WAM): A new landmark mosque, built by theAl Maktoum Foundation at the expense of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin RashidAl Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance, was opened here yesterday in the presence of ...

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‘India’s Muslim population largely unattracted to extremism’

London, Dec 18, (PTI): India’s over 150 million Muslim population is largely unattracted to extremism, U.S. diplomatic cables have said, endorsing India’s vibrant democracy, inclusive culture and nationalistic nature of the minority community. "Separatism and religious extremism have little appeal ...

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Needle-free life awaits diabetics

Prospects of a needle-free future make diabetes specialists optimistic about how the condition will be managed in 10 to 20 years from now. By Dina El Shammaa, Gulf News Abu Dhabi,December 12, 2010: Prospects of a needle-free future make diabetes ...

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WikiLeaks cables: Pfizer ‘used dirty tricks to avoid clinical trial payout’

The world’s biggest pharmaceutical company hired investigators to unearth evidence of corruption against the Nigerian attorney general in order to persuade him to drop legal action over a controversial drug trial involving children with meningitis, according to a leaked US ...

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Hackers target bank, credit card websites in WikiLeaks war

ZURICH: An anonymous group of hackers said Wednesday they had launched online attacks to shut down the websites of credit card Mastercard and a Swiss bank that cut off business ties with WikiLeaks. The self-styled ‘hacktivist’ group dubbed Anon_Operation said ...

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US cable tells how Saddam was executed

BAGHDAD A NEWLY-LEAKED US diplomatic cable describes in detail the circumstances of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s execution, from guards telling him to "go to hell” to officials taking mobile phone pictures. Saddam’s execution in December 2006 sparked international controversy after ...

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WikiLeaks founder arrested in UK, denied bail.

A London court has denied bail to Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, and ordered that he remain in custody for a week, after he was arrested on an extradition warrant. The 39-year-old Australian, who handed himself into authorities in ...

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Argentina recognises Palestine

Argentina has recognised Palestine as a "free and independent state,” just days after neighbouring Brazil announced that it would "legitimate aspiration of the Palestinian people for a secure, united, democratic and economically viable state co-existing peacefully with Israel”. Hector Timerman, ...

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IP addresses to be used up in January

MONTEVIDEO, 5 December 2010, (AFP)- The reserve of available Internet addresses will be used up around the world in January, warned experts based here. Internet addresses are distributed by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which provides them ...

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Russia to host 2018 World Cup, Qatar wins 2022 bid

Zurich, Dec 2 (DPA) :Russia won Thursday the right to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup while Qatar will stage the 2022 tournament.he decisions were announced here by Joseph Blatter, the president of football’s world governing body FIFA, following a ...

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Egypt ruling party heads to sweeping win

Egypt’s ruling party won 209 seats of the 508 that were up for grabs in the first round of a parliamentary election while opposition parties took just five seats. State-owned al-Akhbar cited results announced by the High Election Commission, confirming ...

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We don’t give any value to WikiLeaks documents: Ahmadinejad

ROME, 30 Nov (AP) – The release of confidential classified State Department documents by the group WikiLeaks has aroused sharp reaction around the globe. Here is a sampling of what some world leaders were saying. Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi insists ...

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WikiLeaks reveals US cables

US State Department documents released by whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks provided candid views of foreign leaders and sensitive information on terrorism and nuclear proliferation, the New York Times reported on Sunday. The documents show Saudi donors remain chief financiers of militant ...

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Laser blasts open blocked arteries

London, 28 November 2010,(IANS) :A high-powered laser, which unblocks arteries in minutes, is being used on patien ts for the first time i n London. The Turbo Elite ‘drill’ fitted to a new laser, called the Excimer, blasts tissue into ...

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