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Since 1st March, 1999
Capital punishment revived
Sri Lanka today reactivated its dormant death penalty for murder, rape and drug trafficking after a near 30-year lull, the government said, a day after a high court judge was murdered in the capital. ...  | Read.. 
Death penalty for scribe killer
An Afghan man accused of killing four journalists in 2001, including two from Reuters, was found guilty today and sentenced to death after saying his gang was acting on the o ...  | Read.. 
Staff backs Annan
The UN staff union, representing over 5,000 employees, has strongly criticised the senior management of the world body for exonerating top investigator Dileep Nair of Singapo ...  | Read.. 
UN rejects drive to ban cloning
A divided United Nations yesterday rejected a US-led campaign to ban all cloning of human embryos, including for stem-cell research, as a General Assembly committee opted ins ...  | Read.. 
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres (right) and actor Denise Richards with a squirrel monkey at NBC Studios in Burbank, California. (Reuters)
Passion push
Work woes
Bill blues
What cost a celebrity coiffure'
In a recent weekday afternoon, Orlando Pita, hairdresser to celebrities like Jennifer Connelly,..  | Read.. 
William ready to do battle for Britain
Prince William said yesterday that he would want to go into battle alongside his men if he joined t..  | Read.. 
Arnie in President bid buzz
More and more, California governor Arnold Schwarzenegge ...  | Read.. 

Screws on wine cork
Drinkers may finally have overcome their prejudice and ...  | Read.. 

Greek fury greets Alexander
Oliver Stone's new film about Alexander the Great depicts t ...  | Read.. 

Plan to write off Iraq debt
The US, Germany and other G7 nations agreed today to write ...  | Read.. 

Myanmar student leader released
Myanmar's ruling junta has freed its second most prominent ...  | Read.. 

Alliance partners deal blow to Nato's Iraq mission
In an unprecedented departure from Nato practice, several a ...  | Read..