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  Police Issue Warrant For Ex Maldives President
    MALE, Maldives, Feb 9: A Maldives court issued an arrest warrant Thursday for former President Mohamed Nasheed, who resigned this week but later insisted he had been ousted by coup plotters in a political dispute that sparked rioting.

Police spokesman Abdul Mannan Yusuf refused to disclose the grounds for the criminal court´s warrant, or say when Nasheed — who is living at his Male home, surrounded by supporters — would be arrested.

  EU Threatens New Sanctions On Syria
    BEIRUT, Feb 9:  The European Union will impose harsher sanctions on Syria, a senior EU official has said, as Russia tried to broker talks between the vice president and the opposition to calm violence. Activists reported at least 50 killed in the regime´s siege of the restive city of Homs.

Russia, a close ally of Syria, and the West are pushing down starkly different paths in trying to deal with Syria´s nearly 11 months of bloodshed. After blocking a Western and Arab attempt to bring U.N. pressure on President Bashar Assad to step down, Russia has launched a bid to show it can resolve the turmoil.

  India Upgrades Its Military With China In Mind
    NEW DELHI, Feb 8: In recent weeks, India has decided to buy 126 fighter jets from France, taken delivery of a nuclear-powered submarine from Russia and prepared for its first aircraft carrier — modernizing its military to face a rising China.

India and China have a long history of tension, dating back to a 1962 border war, and New Delhi has watched with dismay in recent years as Beijing has increased its influence in the Indian Ocean.

  3 Ministers Resign In Porn Scandal In India
    NEW DELHI, Feb 8: Three government ministers in the southern Indian state of Karnataka resigned Wednesday after they were accused of watching a pornographic video during an assembly session.

The right wing Bharatiya Janata Party, which rules Karnataka, ordered the three ministers to resign after local television channels aired footage Tuesday of the men watching the allegedly pornographic video clip while the state assembly proceedings were going on.

  US Missiles Kill 9 People In Pakistan
    PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb 8: U.S. drone-fired missiles hit a house in Pakistan´s northwest tribal region near the Afghan border on Wednesday, killing nine people, Pakistani intelligence officials said.

The attack occurred in Spalga village in the North Waziristan tribal area, said the officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media.

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