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Pakistan, India in peace talks overshadowed by Asian quake

Pakistan and India’s top foreign ministry officials began two days of peace talks in the shadow of the catastrophic earthquake and tidal waves that have struck much of Asia. Indian foreign secretary Shyam Saran and his Pakistani counterpart Riaz Khokhar met in Islamabad in a bid to breathe new life into a sluggish peace process which the nuclear rivals launched in January. Pakistan began the talks by making renewed offers of aid to its neighbour India following Sunday’s disaster, as well as to the badly-hit South Asian nations of Sri Lanka and the Maldives. Full Story

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