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Iran rejects claims of delayed payments for Russian-built nuclear power plant
MOSCOW (AP) - The launch of a Russian-built nuclear power plant in Iran could be delayed because Iran has fallen behind in payments, Russian officials said Monday. Top Iranian officials swiftly denied that payments had been disrupted, in the latest dispute surrounding the deal at the heart of th...
at 19:02 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Czech leader favours U.S. missile defence system; Russia responds with threat
MOSCOW (AP) - In a statement reflecting the growing distrust between Moscow and the West, a top Russian general on Monday warned that Poland and the Czech Republic risk being targeted by Russian missiles if they agree to host U.S. missile defence bases. The stark threat, by missile force...
at 18:34 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Screams heard from bombed and burning train in northern India - then silence
DEWANA, India (AP) - Two of its cars ablaze from saboteurs' bombs, the Samjhauta Express barrelled past fields of wheat and mustard, the screams of trapped passengers filling the night. Within minutes, the train screeched to a halt and the roar of the fire drowned out the cries for help. ...
at 18:13 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Climbers rescued from Oregon's Mount Hood are said to be in fine condition
GOVERNMENT CAMP, Ore. (AP) - Rescuers reached three stranded climbers on Mount Hood Monday, finding them in good condition after they spent a night huddled with their dog to stave off the whipping wind and snow 2,255 metres up the peak. The two women and one man, all in their 30s, were fed...
at 18:11 on February 19, 2007, EST.

UN anti-racism panel questions Israel over non-Jewish holy sites
GENEVA (AP) - A United Nations anti-racism panel has questioned Israel's policy on preserving holy sites, asking the country to explain whether it protects places considered sacred to religions other than Judaism. Israel is expected to go later this week before the panel of 18 independent ...
at 17:12 on February 19, 2007, EST.

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