International News of April 29, 2008

2008-04-29 16:45:21 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - World News News)

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International news of April 29, 2008

European police office puts Pakistan into limelight
David Miliband hope for good results in talk with Taliban
BBC report not true says UN
Train accident causes 70 deaths in China
Opec predicts oil prices to shoot up to $ 200 a barrel

European police office puts Pakistan into limelight

London: The tribal areas of Pakistan houses the head quarters of Al-Qaeda said a report of Europol in their annual informative report that is also used to decision making in EU “Terrorism Situation and Trend Report-2008”.

David Miliband hope for good results in talk with Taliban

London (APP): The British foreign secretary, David Miliband is hopeful that the peace discussions with the Pakistani Taliban will produce good results. He also lauded the steps Pakistan has taken towards the democratic process.

BBC report not true says UN

United Nations: Rejecting the BBC report and terming it untrue the UN spokesperson said that the report has been drawn from old data and is completely misleading.

Train accident causes 70 deaths in China

Zibo (AFP) 70 people died and 420 injured as the passenger train derailed and crashed into in to another train causing many casualties.

Opec predicts oil prices to shoot up to $200 a barrel

New York: The President of Opec, while speaking about the rise in prices of oil, said that he can rule that prices oil could raise up to $200 a barrel. This rise is owed to the fall of the US dollar.

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