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Jamaica Gleaner International
published: Friday | February 16, 2007

RUSSIA: 20-year-old US arms control treaty at risk
MOSCOW, (Reuters) Russia warned the United States yesterday, it might pull out of a Cold War nuclear arms reduction treaty because of plans by Washington to build a missile shield in Eastern Europe.

SPAIN - Passengers overpower suspected hijacker

LAS PALMAS, Spain, (Reuters) Passengers overpowered a suspected armed hijacker who had commandeered a Mauritanian plane yesterday, when he was knocked off his feet during a hard landing, a source close to the Mauritanian presidency said.


UNITED STATES - No decision on who buries Anna Nicole

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, (Reuters): A Florida judge yesterday ordered that new DNA samples be taken from the body of Anna Nicole Smith but made no decision on whether her boyfriend or her mother has the right to bury the former Playboy Playmate.


SOUTH KOREA - High-level talks to resume this month

SEOUL (AP) North and South Korea agreed to resume high-level talks later this month in the first concrete sign of easing tensions on the divided peninsula after the North signed a breakthrough disarmament agreement.


SUDAN - Positive changes to Darfur peace deal?

Khartoum, Sudan (AP): The United Nations and African Union envoys to Darfur said yesterday, they were "encouraged" about prospects for peace in the country's troubled region after two days of talks with factions in Sudan.




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