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1. 09-21 Junta bans political meetings Thailand
C. 09-21 Opposition calls off rally Hungary
D. 09-21 Ahmadinejad: Why sensitive about Israel? New York
E. 09-21 Power handover in province of Dhi Qar Southern Iraq
5. 09-21 Top novelist acquitted Istanbul
09-21 'U.S. threatened to bomb us' Musharraf
H. 09-21 Democrats warn Chavez: Don't bash Bush U.S. Congress
8. 09-21 US deal struck on terror suspects U.S. Senate
9. 09-21 Iraq torture 'worse after Saddam' Iraq

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Sep.21   Thailand   Junta bans political meetings
  4 members of ousted administration have been detained. Deposed PM Thaksin says he urges new elections


  Hungary Opposition calls off rally  Fidesz party called off its planned anti-government rally at the weekend

  New York Ahmadinejad: Why sensitive about Israel?  Iranian President again expresses doubt that the Holocaust is a historically established fact

  Southern Iraq Power handover in province of Dhi Qar  UK and Italian forces have handed over control of the province to Iraqi forces at a ceremony in Nasiriya

  Istanbul Top novelist acquitted  A court has acquitted Elif Shafak, who had been accused of insulting Turkish national identity

Day News


  Musharraf   'U.S. threatened to bomb us'
  Musharraf: U.S. threatened to bomb Pakistan back to the Stone Age if he did not help war on terror


  U.S. Congress     Democrats warn Chavez: Don't bash Bush  Chavez called Bush 'the devil' in a scorching speech before the United Nations
 The devil came here yesterday' Chavez said. 'And it smells of sulfur still today'


  U.S. Senate   US deal struck on terror suspects  President W Bush has reached a deal with Republican senators on a bill setting rules for the interrogation

  Iraq Iraq torture 'worse after Saddam'  The UN's chief anti-torture expert: abuses committed by security forces, militia groups and anti-US insurgents

  Iraq Kidnap victims used as bombers  Insurgents are using kidnapping people with their cars, rigging the vehicles with explosives, and blowing them

Evening News


  UN Gen. Assembly     Abbas: Israel will be recognized
  Palestinian President told the General Assembly that the planned national unity government will recognize Israel


  Senegal Boat people play cat-and-mouse  EU patrols are intercepting the armada of illegal migrants from West Africa, stopping dozens a day

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