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By Nando

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Writer|March 1, 2007

OKYO --Yasuji Kaneko, 87, still remembers the screams of the countless women he raped in China as a soldier in the Japanese imperial army in World War II. Some were teenagers from Korea serving as sex slaves in military-run brothels. Others were women in villages he and his comrades pillaged in eastern China. "They cried out, but it didn't matter to us whether the women lived or died," Kaneko said in an interview with The Associated Press at his Tokyo home. >>

Pakistan Reportedly
Arrests Senior Taliban
Leader In Quetta

Pakistani authori ties have arrested a senior Taliban leader in n the south-west city of Quetta, news reports said Friday. Mullah Obaidullah Akhund, a senior member of Taliban's 10-member leadership council, was picked up by security agents in the unconfirmed operation.>>
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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The 15-member U.N. Security Council expects to have a draft resolution next week on additional sanctions to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions, barring last minute snags, the council's president said.

South Africa's U.N. ambassador, Dumisani Kumalo, who assumed the rotating council presidency, told reporters on Friday major powers...>>


Ethiopia official says tourists held by Eritreans

By Andrew Heavens. ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - An Ethiopian administrator accused Eritrean forces of kidnapping a group of five Europeans and 13 Ethiopians in a remote part of Ethiopia, and taking them to a military camp near the Eritrean border. >>

S. Korea raps Japan over sex slaves

S.Korea rapped Japan's prime minister Saturday for disavowing his country's responsibility for using Asian women as sex slaves for Japanese troops in World War II. >>

US says new resolution on Iran making progress

The United States said Friday that the new resolution on Iran is making progress and the proposed resolution will be incremental to bring more pressure on Iran's nuclear program. It comes on the heels of a Washington Post report describing inadequate medical care for...>>