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Kuchma bags Putin support
Outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma won Vladimir Putin's backing today against calls for a quick re-run of the last round of the disputed presidential election the opposition is certain it would win. ...  | Read.. 
 
Morning blasts rip Kathmandu
Two bomb blasts ripped through the Nepali capital roday, damaging buildings including the election office, but no one was hurt, police said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sharon seeks Peres help
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said today he would seek a governing coalition with Shimon Peres' Labour Party and pledged to press ahead with a planned Gaza pullout. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mosques fuel Iraq attacks
A network of Syrian mosques is sending men, money and weapons to Iraq, fuelling the insurgency. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sharon Stone before presenting an award to Michael Moore at the VH1 Big awards show in Los Angeles. (Reuters)
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Neverland named year's best film
Finding Neverland, a fictionalised account of the creation of children's classic Peter Pa..  | Read.. 
Senator seeks Annan ouster over fraud
A US Senator investigating corruption in the UN oil-for-food programme for Iraq said yesterday UN s..  | Read.. 
 
Texas pardon
Texas governor. Rick Perry granted a rare stay of execution ...  | Read.. 

US boosts Pak hunt
The US has delivered state-of-the-art equipment to Pak ...  | Read.. 

Ultrasounds safe: Scientists
Having several ultrasounds during pregnancy does not harm t ...  | Read.. 

Fears over Internet suicide pacts
The growing popularity of the Internet could lead to a rise ...  | Read..