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Nepalese former British Gurkha soldiers and their family members wait for the arrival of British actress and Gurkha campaigner Joanna Lumley at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu . AFP


US envoy reaches Cairo on Mideast peace tour

US Middle East envoy George Mitchell reached Egypt on the latest leg of a whirlwind regional tour after stops in Israel and Syria earlier on Sunday, as Washington bids to jumpstart stalled peace talks.

 

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'Pacific needs help to combat climate change'

Developed countries need to act urgently to help vulnerable Pacific island nations cope with climate change, international aid group Oxfam said Monday.

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Iran says no plans to build nuclear weapons

'Signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty':

Iran reiterated on Monday it has no plans to build nuclear weapons, after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Tehran that any pursuit of atomic arms was futile.

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