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US-Pak talks in nuke shadow
Pakistan and the US today held strategic and security talks and agreed to continue the dialogue “in the context of recent global developments in arms control”. ...  | Read.. 
 
The spell of the schools
Faizolah Hazrati may not know anything about the three candidates he voted for in Iran’s parliamentary election today, but he knows exactly why he voted for them. ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists seize 300 students, says witness
Maoist rebels in Nepal have abducted about 300 school students and half-a-dozen teachers from a school in midwestern Rolpa district, a teacher who witnessed the incident said ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran hawks slap US to bring out voters
Iranians appeared to have largely ignored boycott calls in a disputed parliamentary election today and were poised to elect hardliners opposed to reformist President Mohammad ...  | Read.. 
 
(From left) US actress Andie MacDowell, her host Viennese businessman Richard Lugner and his wife Christina at Vienna’s State Opera for the traditional ball. (AP)
Kerry 28-letter defence: jobs
Senator John F. Kerry said yesterday that he was not swayed by campaign contributions when he s..  | Read.. 
Royal outrage over Harry ‘disgrace’
Britain’s royal family rounded on a columnist today who had branded Prince Harry “a national disgra..  | Read.. 
 
Vodka language test backfires
A Polish vodka maker has put the old adage that alcohol loo ...  | Read.. 

Australian drug hope in war against flu
An Australian-made drug is effective in treating the bird f ...  | Read.. 

CIA shuntout
The CIA has recently removed its top officer in Baghdad bec ...  | Read.. 

Texas case
A case of the bird flu virus was found in a poultry farm in ...  | Read.. 

Libya secretly toiled on bomb
Libya secretly produced a small amount of plutonium, import ...  | Read..