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Lebanese crowds defy Syria at Gemayel's funeral

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Lebanese paid tribute to assassinated Christian politician Pierre Gemayel on Thursday, turning his funeral in central Beirut into a display of defiance towards Syria and its Hezbollah allies.

Business

Malaysia-Iran talks on oil cooperation

Malaysia and Iran will hold talks this week to boost cooperation in wide-ranging sectors such as the oil and gas industry, and to find new ways to strengthen ties, the Malaysian government said Monday.-------------------------------------------------------------------

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Danes, Muslims divided over cartoon crisis legacy

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A year after a Danish paper published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad that sparked violent protests worldwide, more Danes have a negative opinion of Islam -- but Muslims say Danes have become more friendly.

World

Danes, Muslims divided over cartoon crisis legacy

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A year after a Danish paper published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad that sparked violent protests worldwide, more Danes have a negative opinion of Islam -- but Muslims say Danes have become more friendly.

Nation

Philippines rejects Muslim rebels demand for expanded autonomous region

The Philippine government on Wednesday rejected a rebel group's demands to expand a Muslim autonomous region without holding a referendum, a senior official said, raising prospects of a prolonged impasse in peace talks being held in Kuala Lumpur.---------------------------------------------------------------

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Politics, technology can decide timing of Ramadan

RIYADH (Reuters) - Muslims around the world enter the holy month of Ramadan this weekend, but even worshippers in the same country can begin fasting on different days because of disputes over how and where the new moon is sighted.

World

Nasrallah says no army can disarm Hizbollah

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hizbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Friday rejected international calls to disarm his Lebanese guerrillas and told a huge

World

INTERVIEW - U.S. wary of al Qaeda's Lebanese ambitions

OXFORD, England (Reuters) - The United States is taking seriously the possibility that al Qaeda could expand its activities into Lebanon, exploiting the conflict there, intelligence chief John Negroponte said.

World

Politics, technology can decide timing of Ramadan

RIYADH (Reuters) - Muslims around the world enter the holy month of Ramadan this weekend, but even worshippers in the same country can begin fasting on different days because of disputes over how and where the new moon is sighted.

World

Germany approves "historic" Lebanon mission

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Germany's cabinet approved