International news of September 29, 2008 - Israel get advanced radar system from the US

2008-09-29 13:59:57 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - World News News)

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International news of September 29, 2008

  • US - rescue plan to get Congress approval
  • Israel get advanced radar system from the US
  • Iran toughen stand on nuclear enrichment
  • Its time to talk peace with Taliban - Who is getting tired the West or Taliban
  • Change in Visa policy - thousands stranded outside UAE awaiting visa renewal

US - rescue plan to get Congress approval

Washington (AP): The $700 billion bail out plan got through by Sunday midnight with the US lawmakers predicting that congress would give it nod when the bailout plan is presented to it. The bailout plan might also get the support of the US presidential hopefuls when the same is presented in the Senate on Monday.

Israel gets advance radar system from the US

Jersualem (AP) US favors Israel with the new advanced radar system that detects ballistic missile launch as soon as the same is launched. It can detect the launch from 1200 miles. With this advantage Israel get enough time to launch counter measures to protect itself. The present radar system installed in Israel is known as Green Pine reads the distance of 500 to 600 miles.

Iran toughen stand on nuclear enrichment

Tehran (AFP): Iran’s Atomic Energy Organzation’s head will not be attending the IAEA annual assembly opening session. This action by Iran might be in retaliation of the UN asking Iran to stop it nuclear enrichment and affirmed existing sanctions against Iran.

Its time to talk peace with Taliban - Who is getting tired the West or Taliban

Kabul (Dawn/ Guardian News Service) : A senior Afghan cleric, a figure who broke away from Taliban has started to travel between the countries. His help sought by the British and Saudi Arabian Intelligence assuring his smooth movement through different countries. His secret travels across nation has always been known to few countries like Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and their Western Allies. This time his mission is to talk to Taliban leadership and brew a peace deal.

Change in Visa policy - thousands stranded outside UAE awaiting visa renewal

Dubai (AFP): The change of rules in the visa renewal process is causing delaying for expatriates who have applied for their visa renewal. The visa process renewal that required the applicants to leave UAE for one day and enter UAE upon renewal of visa but according to the new law, the renewal process requires the applicants to stay out of UAE for almost a month. Almost 5000 people are awaiting renewal of their visas on Iranian Island of Kish or on Omani town of Buraimi.

For details on the above International news visit: http://www.dawn.com/2008/09/29/int.htm



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