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Ghanaian leader orders release of arrested opposition activist

President Mills has ordered the release of Mr John Kumah, an activist of the New Patriotic Party who was picked up on Wednesday [27 July] afternoon by the police for alleged offensive conduct.According to deputy information minister, Samuel

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Kolkata: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Chairman Srikumar Banerjee on Wednesday [29 June] ruled out a Fukushima-like nuclear plant disaster in India, saying the nuclear reactors in the country had a

Chief of atomic energy panel rules out Japan-like

Kolkata: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Chairman Srikumar Banerjee on Wednesday

At least this is what Edita Tahiri, head of the Kosova delegation to the technical talks with Serbia, claims. In a statement for Express on Sunday, she said that everything could be finalized on 2

Kosovo envoy reveals deal with Serbia on free

At least this is what Edita Tahiri, head of the Kosova delegation to the

Three groups of countries which may react to the implementation of Iran's outlook would be consisting of America, Britain and Israel, European Union, and Syria and China, ILNA (Iranian Labour News

Senior official says USA, Britain to react to Iran's

Three groups of countries which may react to the implementation of Iran's

As part of its plan to deploy a two-layer ballistic missile defence system, India on Friday [10 February] successfully test-fired its indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile from the

India "successfully" tests indigenously

As part of its plan to deploy a two-layer ballistic missile defence system,

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al Saud agreed Wednesday [8 February] to expand cooperation to health care, defence, Internet technology and all other

South Korean president, Saudi king pledge to expand

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization rules and apply same policies to both domestic and overseas companies in rare earth production, processing and export.

China to abide by WTO rules in rare earth production

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization

Reports of the attack by Taleban fighters on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul have been received with deep concern. According to media reports, it was mainly civilians who were killed. We

Russia condemns hotel attack in Afghan capital

Reports of the attack by Taleban fighters on the Intercontinental Hotel in

A Chinese UN ambassador on Tuesday [21 February] urged the international community to take effective measures to help West Africa and countries in the Sahel region in addressing transnational crime.

China calls for global efforts to address

A Chinese UN ambassador on Tuesday [21 February] urged the international

The World Bank (WB) has provided 7.024bn rupees (99m dollars) for to implement the Nepal India Electricity Transmission and Trade Project (NIETTP). The agreement to this effect was signed by Lal

World Bank grants 99m dollars for Nepal-India power

The World Bank (WB) has provided 7.024bn rupees (99m dollars) for to implement

President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday [9 February] said Pakistan and Tajikistan need to work closely on infrastructure, energy connectivity and trans-regional economic cooperation projects such as

Pakistan president urges Tajik cooperation in energy,

President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday [9 February] said Pakistan and

Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power plant, Maritsa East Three, to US fund Contour Global. The sale went through on Tuesday [29 June] in Vienna, consultant on

Italian firm sells 73-per-cent stake in Bulgarian

Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said Thursday it started to inject nitrogen into the No. 3 reactor to reduce the risk of further hydrogen explosions, a move marking

Nitrogen injected into crippled Japan reactor to

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant said

The Komsomolsk-na-Amure Aviation Production Association (KnAAPO) will complete the manufacturing of six Sukhoi Su-35 fighter aircraft in 2011 for test flights and final joint tests, a source in the

Russian plant to produce six Su-35 fighters in 2011

The Komsomolsk-na-Amure Aviation Production Association (KnAAPO) will complete

Insiders revealed that expenditure in health insurance only accounts for 1.4% of the total for medical treatment in China while the proportion is 33% in the US. Comparing the difference between the

Insurance Development Still Backward in China

Insiders revealed that expenditure in health insurance only accounts for 1.4%

The chairman of the Independent Commission for Supervision of the Implementation of the Constitution [ICSIC] says President Karzai has supported the consultative decision taken by this commission and

Afghan watchdog backs electoral tribunal's decision to

The chairman of the Independent Commission for Supervision of the

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