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Zardari says non-state actors are threatening world peace

Asif Ali ZardariShanghai, Feb. 23 : Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has said that the world is facing grave challenges imposed by non-state actors who are bent upon damaging world peace.

"We are not threatened by nations, but by the non-state actors," The News quoted Zardari, as saying.

Zardari said that the emergence of these elements, who have nothing to lose but everything to damage, was a new phenomenon, adding that Pakistan has been at the forefront of many worst international disputes and has managed to survive as a nation.

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Djokovic salvages his late-season with Shanghai finals spot

Shanghai - Novak Djokovic survived 55 unforced errors and missed 11 break points but scratched out a 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 win over Gilles Simon on Saturday to move into the final of the Masters Cup.

Djokovic took treatment in the third set for a left calf muscle pull as he denied the dream of year-end debutant Simon, who claimed the last of the spots in the eight-man field when Rafael Nadal withdrew.

"It's the Masters Cup, best eight players in the world this year are here, it's a huge success for me to reach the final," said the Serb.

"My injury is nothing too serious. It was just cramping because of a lot of running and a lot of rallies we had. So I just had to treat it a little bit in order to end up the match."

Scratchy Djokovic manages win into Shanghai final

Novak DjokovicNew Shanghai - Novak Djokovic survived 55 unforced errors while missing on 11 break points to scratch out a 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 win on Saturday into the final of the Masters Cup as he defeated Gilles Simon.

The Serb world number three will await an opponent from Andy Murray and Nikolay Davydenko.

The Scot was hoping for a recovery after spending three hours of drama in defeating Roger Federer 24 hours earlier while Davydenko was relatively rested for his bid at a first year-end final.

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