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World News, 3/8/05 - 2005-03-08


The Lebanese militant group, Hezbollah, is organizing a major pro-Syrian rally today (Tuesday) in Beirut, to counter daily demonstrations by opposition activists demanding that Syria withdraw its troops from Lebanon.

Taiwan says it is lodging a strong protest against China's proposed anti-secession law. China formally unveiled the measure today (Tuesday) during a meeting of the National People's Congress (parliament).

A Burmese student activist is free after spending the last 14 years behind bars. Ko Saw Min was arrested in 1991 for leading pro-democracy student protests in Rangoon. Ko Saw Min was arrested in 1991 for leading pro-democracy student protests in Rangoon.

Iraqi officials say a senior Interior Ministry official has been shot and killed in Baghdad. The assassination occurred today (Tuesday). Reuters news agency says the group led by Jordanian terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi claimed responsibility for the killing.

President Bush nominates John Bolton to be US ambassdor to the UN. Mr. Bolton currently serves as Undersecretary of state for arms control and international security.

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