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Bush war over, but Iraq still bleeds
US troops killed 27 Iraqis who ambushed a tank patrol today, after killing at least 70 at a guerrilla camp the day before, in the bloodiest clashes since President George W. Bush declared major combat over. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran backlash begins
Automatic gunfire was heard in the Iranian capital late tonight as hundreds of Iranian pro-clergy militiamen, some armed with Kalashnikov rifles, attacked groups of people pr ...  | Read.. 
 
Democracyprotests rock Nepal
Thousands of demonstrators marched through the streets of the Nepali capital today in the biggest protest since King Gyanendra last week appointed a royalist Prime Minister. ...  | Read.. 
 
Education heat on Pak hawks
Pakistan’s top court sent notices today to several leaders of an Islamic alliance locked in a row with the government, to answer whether their educational qualifications met ...  | Read.. 
 
The necklace given by the future Edward VII to his mistress, at the auction in London. (AP)
Beijing bans Bard
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Bangla asylum row
Australia today defended a decision to grant refugee status to former Bangladeshi Prime Minister Ka..  | Read.. 
Halle Berry sues for house fraud
Oscar-winning movie star Halle Berry has sued a couple who sold her a $2-million mansion but allege..  | Read.. 
 
Japan melts on troops
Japan’s ruling party today gave backing to a controversial ...  | Read.. 

A vote for women bishops
Centuries of Anglican tradition were s wept asideyesterday ...  | Read.. 

Israel for fight, Israelis not
Israel pledged today a “war to the bitter end” against Hama ...  | Read..