STOCKHOLM - Three employees at the Libyan embassy in Sweden resigned Monday from their jobs to protest the violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in the North African country.
ISLAMABAD - The Raymond Davis affair continues to be a headache for Islamabad. Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani Monday admitted in parliament that Pakistan and the US have "differences in approach" on dealing with the issue of Davis, arrested on charges of killing two alleged robbers, but he added that "national sovereignty" would not be compromised.
KALKA - At a time when most politicians use luxurious motorised raths (chariot) to conduct marches, Haryana Janhit Congress chief Kuldeep Bishnoi Monday initiated his partys 'Janhit Yatra' from this Haryana town on tractors.
BRUSSELS - British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Monday he had "some information" that Libyan leader Muammer Gaddafi was en route to Venezuela.
LUCKNOW - The Uttar Pradesh assembly was adjourned sine die after daylong uproar that culminated in a prolonged sit-in by the opposition until late Monday night.
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