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Iran refuses to suspend atomic work, wants talks

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran insisted on Sunday that it would not suspend sensitive atomic work despite signs that world powers were close to agreeing on sanctions against Tehran.

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Iran refuses to suspend atomic work, wants talks

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran insisted on Sunday that it would not suspend sensitive atomic work despite signs that world powers were close to agreeing on sanctions against Tehran.

Nation

Unimas to set up two more rural ICT projects

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) plans to set up two more rural information and communication technology (ICT) projects in the state to help address the rural-urban digital divide.

AseanPlus News

16-hour thunderstorm kills 15 and floods cities

FIFTEEN people have been killed in south-western China in a 16-hour thunderstorm that caused serious flooding and brought air, road and rail traffic to a halt, state media said yesterday.

World

Nine killed as Myanmar cracks down on protests

YANGON (Reuters) - Soldiers and police fired into crowds of demonstrators in Myanmar's largest city and gave them 10 minutes to clear the streets or be shot on Thursday, with nine people killed in the second day of a crackdown on the largest uprising in 20 years.

World

North Korea warns on border shots, no word on n-test

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea issued threats against its southern neighbour over a border incident but made no mention of a planned atomic test as China and Japan expressed joint concern on Sunday over Pyongyang's nuclear intentions.

World

Nine killed as Myanmar cracks down on protests

YANGON (Reuters) - Soldiers and police fired into crowds of demonstrators in Myanmar's largest city and gave them 10 minutes to clear the streets or be shot on Thursday, with nine people killed in the second day of a crackdown on the largest uprising in 20 years.

World

Britain tried to curb U.S. on Iraq - ex-minister

LONDON (Reuters) - The British government tried to rein in U.S. policy in Iraq from the outset of the March 2003 invasion but found itself powerless to do so, a former cabinet minister was quoted on Saturday as saying.

World

Israel frees scores of Palestinian prisoners

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Israel freed more than 250 Palestinian prisoners on Friday as part of a U.S.-backed deal to bolster Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after Hamas Islamists took over the Gaza Strip last month.

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Argentines, not Brazilians, commended for style and flair

It was exactly what Brazilian fans, frustrated by their team's emphasis on efficiency and winning at all costs, had been longing to hear from their national team coach.