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NATO aims to repair Russia ties despite Patriot row

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO foreign ministers, meeting for the first time this week since Russia appointed a new ambassador to the military alliance, are hoping to improve ties with Moscow despite a fresh row over plans to send anti-aircraft missiles to Turkey.

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MAS offers airfares with up to 45% discount

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is offering exciting air fares through the Year End Sale (YES) from Dec 3 to 17, 2012 for travel between Dec 5, 2012 and Sept 30, 2013.

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NATO aims to repair Russia ties despite Patriot row

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO foreign ministers, meeting for the first time this week since Russia appointed a new ambassador to the military alliance, are hoping to improve ties with Moscow despite a fresh row over plans to send anti-aircraft missiles to Turkey.

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Syrian army pounds rebel strongholds around capital

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian army forces pounded rebel-held suburbs around Damascus with fighter jets and rockets on Sunday, activists said, killing at least ten and wounding dozens in an offensive to stop rebels closing in on the capital.

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Africa's first budget airline Fastjet takes to skies

LONDON: The world's first pan-African low-cost carrier Fastjet enjoyed keen demand on its first day of commercial operations, it said in a statement on Friday.

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Chinese, U.S. soldiers complete disaster relief drill amid Asia tensions

CHENGDU (Reuters) - Chinese and American soldiers finished a week-long disaster rescue exercise on Friday, furthering military ties between the two countries even as military tensions rise between China and U.S. military allies in the Pacific region.

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Factbox - Proposed Iran sanctions from U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate is set to consider a broader range of economic sanctions on Iran. The measures are aimed at pressuring Tehran to stop efforts to enrich uranium to levels that could be used in weapons.

World

Fighting cuts access to Damascus airport, flights suspended

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian rebels battled forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad just outside Damascus on Thursday, cutting access to its international airport, and Dubai-based Emirates airline and EgyptAir stopped flights to the Syrian capital.

World

Fighting cuts access to Damascus airport, flights suspended

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian rebels battled forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad just outside Damascus on Thursday, cutting access to its international airport, and Dubai-based Emirates airline and EgyptAir stopped flights to the Syrian capital.

World

Factbox - Proposed Iran sanctions from U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate is set to consider a broader range of economic sanctions on Iran. The measures are aimed at pressuring Tehran to stop efforts to enrich uranium to levels that could be used in weapons.