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Blair faces revolt in ranks
British Prime Minister Tony Blair braced for the largest revolt he has suffered from his war-wary Labour Party, as Parliament plunged into a heated debate on Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
 
Streep peace pin for Oscars
Actress Meryl Streep has already committed to wearing one, but whether other Oscar nominees join the crusade remains to be seen. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hollywood not ready for Polanski
Top film honours from Britain and France, and a remarkable plea from the woman at the heart of a 1970s sex scandal, have turned director Roman Polanski from a once-vilified f ...  | Read.. 
 
March date for Nepal peace talks
The Nepal government and Maoist rebels will begin formal talks in the second week of March aimed at ending the seven-year revolt against the constitutional monarchy, a senior ...  | Read.. 
 
A Greenpeace activist simulates a dead person with a placard reading ‘No more blood for petrol’ during an anti-war demonstration in Madrid. (AFP)
 
Pak MPs see US hand in crash
Opposition deputies said today they suspected that last week’s plane crash that killed Pakistan’s a..  | Read.. 
Netanyahu ousted as Sharon tightens grip
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ousted hawkish foreign minister Benjamin Netanyahu today in a surprise ..  | Read.. 
 
Anger over Gandhi tag on Osama
Attempts by an Arabic newspaper editor to compare Osama bin ...  | Read.. 

China shuffle
China’s Communist Party today approved a sweeping reshuffle ...  | Read.. 

Clinton out of Oxford race
The jostling to become the next Chancellor of Oxford Un ...  | Read..