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Hamas revolts, Palestinian pledge under strain
The militant Islamic group Hamas today said it was breaking off talks with Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas on ending its attacks on Israelis in a strong challenge to peace pledges he made at a US-led summit. ...  | Read.. 
 
Students face US visa hurdle
Yahya Jalil, a Pakistani graduate student, still has vivid memories of the exhilaration he felt when he arrived in the US to study electrical engineering at Stanford Universi ...  | Read.. 
 
Luxury prison for Bosnia’s Iron Lady
Only one person has ever escaped from Hinseberg women’s prison. ...  | Read.. 
 
UN envoy seeks Suu Kyi release
A UN special envoy met Myanmar officials today to press for the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, detained after a deadly clash that Washington said may have ...  | Read.. 
 
Students from St. George’s Private School in Vancouver play in the shallow waters of the city’s Spanish Banks. With exams a week away, the students’ ...  | Read
Bush breezes over Baghdad
President George W. Bush took a quick tour of Baghdad yesterday — from an altitude of 31,000 feet...  | Read.. 
UN nuclear experts back on Iraq mission
UN nuclear experts returned to Iraq today for the first time since the US-led invasion to check on ..  | Read.. 
 
Few women at Jagger concert
Mick Jagger, staring 60 in the face, lamented the lack of w ...  | Read.. 

Pak hawks target poster women
Islamic activists vandalised billboards featuring women in ...  | Read.. 

Husbands spew acid venom
Shaheena moans in pain as the fierce summer heat sears her ...  | Read..