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Main news of April 5



* Russia called for restraint after North Korea launched a long-range rocket

* Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discussed the launch of North Korea's long-range rocket and urged continuation of six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear issue, Russia's Foreign Ministry said

* Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was arriving in Moscow on a four-day working visit to discuss the situation in the Middle East, a Kremlin source said


* U.S. President Barack Obama outlined his vision for a nuclear-free world, saying the United States was committed to reducing its nuclear stockpiles and wanted to involve all nuclear countries in arms reduction

* U.S. President Barack Obama said that the United States would take efforts to sign a new strategic arms reduction treaty with Russia until the end of 2009 and would urge other countries to join it

* North Korea launched a long-range rocket over Japan, defying world pressure, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported, referring to North Korea's state media

* North Korea said that its multistage rocket had successfully delivered a communications satellite into orbit

* North Korea failed to orbit a satellite after its three-stage rocket and the payload fell into the Pacific Ocean, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported, referring to the U.S. and South Korean military

* The Dubai police arrested two suspects in the murder of former Chechen military commander Sulim Yamadayev, Dubai's police chief said

* The first groups of foreign tourists entered Tibet after a month-long suspension over the anniversary of a failed uprising in the Himalayan region, the Chinese official news agency Xinhua reported

* Moldovans went to the polls to elect a new parliament, with the ruling Communist party expected to claim a victory

* Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic won a clear victory in the presidential election runoff with a decisive 55.5% of the votes, the country's central election commission said

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