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Jamaica Gleaner International
published: Monday | April 17, 2006

CHINA: Hu Jintao urges leaders to agree to new talks
BEIJING (AP): CHINESE PRESIDENT Hu Jintao urged Taiwan's leaders yesterday to agree to new talks, while calling the island's independence advocates a danger to the region's peace.

ROME: Pope calls for peace
VATICAN CITY (AP): IN HIS first Easter message as pontiff, Pope Benedict XVI yesterday urged nations to use diplomacy to defuse nuclear crises - a clear reference to worries over Iran - and prayed that Palestinians would one day have their own.


IRAQ: Unity talks snarl, four Marines killed
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP): EFFORTS TO form a unity government suffered a new setback yesterday as Iraqi leaders postponed a Parliament session after failing to agree on a prime minister. Bombs targeted Shiites near a mosque and on a bus as attacks nationwide...


ARUBA: Holloway suspect's identity not released
ORANJESTAD, Aruba (AP): AN ANNOUNCEMENT that police made an arrest in the dis-appearance of teenager Natalee Holloway left many islanders wondering yesterday who the suspect is and whether the arrest marked a real breakthrough...




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