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Since 1st March, 1999
Sadr to quit only after truce
Radical Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr agreed today to disarm his Iraqi militia and leave a holy shrine but only after a truce with encircling US Marines. ...  | Read.. 
PM-designate Aziz on course in bypoll
Pakistan finance minister Shaukat Aziz appeared to have taken an early lead in a byelection today, clearing his way to head the government weeks after surviving an assassinat ...  | Read.. 
Rush for free mobile connections
Tens of thousands of Pakistanis endured hours of stifling heat this week to accept an offer of free mobile phone connections, a sign of the pent-up demand in a country where ...  | Read.. 
Li defends massacre
Chinese ex-Premier Li Peng, dubbed the Butcher of Beijing for declaring martial law days before troops crushed the 1989 Tiananmen protests, has defended his role in the massa ...  | Read.. 
A Seiko Epson employee shows the world’s smallest helicopter, the iFR-II, at a demonstration in Tokyo. Featuring Bluetooth wireless control, independe ...  | Read
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Pak offers rewards for ‘most-wanted’ terrorists
Pakistan today published pictures of six “most-wanted terrorists” and offered cash rewards for ..  | Read.. 
Oscars in Spider-Man web
The Academy Awards may be more than six months away, but Columbia Pictures is already trying to lur..  | Read.. 
Kathmandu lifeline cut off
Maoist rebels, fighting to topple Nepal’s constitutional mo ...  | Read.. 

Synthetic malaria drug offers hope
Scientists have created a synthetic drug which could offer ...  | Read..