1.The two leaders stated that both countries would develop good-neighborly and friendly relations on the basis of mutual respect for sovereignty
and territorial integrity, non-aggression, non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit and peaceful co-existence.
2. The country's stability depends on how well the president can groom a successor.
3. He accused the prime minister of burnishing his own image while folding under pressure.
4. The opposition leader's speech stole the headlines from the government.
5. He said that the release of the men gave the green light to terrorism.
6. The CIA is drawing fire as its director is questioned over press leaks.
7. Albright played hardball by walking out of the meeting.
8. While the West goes about its business, chemas-microsoft-comfficemarttags" />lace>Russialace> gains nothing by going off into a corner to sulk.
9. Blair is unlikely to roll back any of the previous ruling party's major economic reforms.
10. The whiff of scandal, and particularly the cash-for-questions imbroglio, reminds the electorate that power concentrated in the hands of a single party for too long tends to corrupt.
11. A group of pragmatists are reorienting Iranian politics as the revolution fades into history.
12. Legally, most experts agree, the case has some holes.
13. The newspaper story was quickly overrun by the White House spin machine[ public relations team].
14. He blamed leaks for breakdown in the negotiations.
15. The negotiators struggled to finalize a deal.
16. Arabs and Jews alike are increasingly at risk in a climate of steadily rising tensions.
17. Her husband could be freed on bail within months.
18. Harassment of minorities remains endemic in some quarters.
19. The setting up of a credible oversight authority has curbed police brutality.
20. The number of complains is down simply because abused citizens have given up.