Anuj Chopra

South India Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor

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A handful of attackers killed more than 170 people in three days of bloody violence last week in Mumbai. Pakistan says it will help determine where the terrorists came from.

India Reels after Mumbai Terror Attack

A handful of attackers killed more than 170 people in three days of bloody violence last week in Mumbai. Pakistan says it will help determine where the terrorists came from.

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At the UN today,  President Bush announced new sanctions  against the repressive military government of Myanmar, which he referred to by its old name, Burma.

Burmese Monks Continue Protests as Junta Forces Move In

At the UN today, President Bush announced new sanctions against the repressive military government of Myanmar, which he referred to by its old name, Burma.

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