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France fears hostage fiasco
French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin called a ministerial crisis meeting on two French journalists held hostage in Iraq today as efforts to secure their release threatened to turn into a fiasco. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pakistan to quit IMF poverty plan
Pakistan today said it plans to quit IMF's poverty reduction and growth facility programme by the end of this year as its economic situation has improved. ...  | Read.. 
 
Refugees defy diktat
More than 650,000 Afghan refugees living in Pakistan have registered to vote in their country's first direct presidential polls next weekend, despite warnings not to do so fr ...  | Read.. 
 
Thai flu death
Asia's bird flu epidemic, which experts fear could spawn a human pandemic, has claimed its 31st victim, a nine-year-old Thai girl who had contact with infected chickens at ho ...  | Read.. 
 
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen and her parents at the premiere of Taxi in New York. (AFP)
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Scent of a Nobel
US scientists Richard Axel and Linda Buck won the 2004 Nobel prize for medicine or physiology today..  | Read.. 
Psycho Leigh dies in peace
Actress Janet Leigh, whose dozens of starring roles were eclipsed by a single movie moment ' the mo..  | Read.. 
 
Car bombs rip Baghdad apart
A series of car bomb blasts tore through Baghdad and the no ...  | Read..