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Uniform nod to Pervez
Pakistan's Upper House of parliament or Senate passed a bill today to allow President Pervez Musharraf to stay on as army chief despite his pledge to give up the post by the end of the year. ...  | Read.. 
 
Election ad spending sets new record
The most expensive presidential advertising campaign in history closes on Tuesday with President Bush, Senator John Kerry, their political parties and allied groups having spe ...  | Read.. 
 
American, Nepali kidnapped
Gunmen kidnapped an American, a Nepali and two Arabs from their office in western Baghdad today, police said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebels rubbish Lanka peace plan
Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger rebels today dismissed a new government blueprint for peace after two decades of civil war without even seeing it, dashing hopes that stalled peace ta ...  | Read.. 
 
Chickens lined up for sale outside a poultry stall in Bangkok's Khlongtoey market. Thailand, which has lost 12 lives in the bird flu epidemic, is brac ...  | Read
Maoists storm Nepal town
Hundreds of Maoist rebels stormed a remote town in Nepal and set government buildings on fire, an a..  | Read.. 
Bleary-eyed bosses in a bad mood
A quarter of Britain's bosses are likely to be in a bad mood at work because of too little sleep, r..  | Read.. 
 
Arafat plea
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat condemned a suicide bombin ...  | Read..