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Muslim Shiite pilgrims leave Baghdad on their way to the holy city of Karbala to mark the Shiite mourning day of Arbaeen on February 1. At least 41 people were killed and 106 wounded, including women and children, when a female suicide bomber blew herself up among Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad, an Interior Ministry official said. AFP


UN pays homage to U Thant

United Nations has highlighted the significance of the services rendered by former UN Secretary General U Thant for more than a decade (1961-1971), to mark his birth anniversary.

 

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Jordan King urges more peace efforts from Obama

US President Barack Obama telephoned Jordan’s King Abdullah II on Monday to discuss efforts to “overcome obstacles” facing the launch of Palestinian-Israeli peace talks, the palace said.

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China fumes over Taiwan arms

Chinese state media blasted the United States on Monday for a planned $6.4 billion arms package for Taiwan but US officials said they hoped the flap would be temporary and not derail cooperation.

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