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Caged Bigley calls Blair liar
A British hostage in Iraq appealed to Tony Blair to help free him in a new videotape aired today that left his family relieved Kenneth Bigley was alive but appalled to see him caged and in distress. ...  | Read.. 
 
Yemen sentences two to death for Cole raid
A Yemeni court sentenced two al Qaida militants to death today for the 2000 bombing of the US destroyer Cole which killed 17 sailors. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nigeria rivals agree on truce
The Nigerian government and rebel militia fighting in the oil-producing Niger Delta agreed to a preliminary ceasefire while talks took place on rebel demands for autonomy, a ...  | Read.. 
 
Families whose kin died in Iraq attack Bush
Angered by President George W. Bush's policy in Iraq, a group of military families whose relatives were died there is targeting the President in new television ads to be aire ...  | Read.. 
 
A German tourist drives a rickshaw as the owner (second from left) relaxes in Kathmandu during a Maoist strike. (AFP)
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Spacey 'behave' orders enforced as play opens
Hollywood star Kevin Spacey yesterday launched his new creative career at The Old Vic, one of Brita..  | Read.. 
Nepal mulls talks rejoinder, kills 11 rebels
Nepali troops shot dead 11 Maoist rebels today, as the government prepared a response to the latest..  | Read.. 
 
Putin faces ire of 100
Former Czech President Vaclav Havel and some 100 other worl ...  | Read..