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Lanka toll soars as kin wail over bodies
Distraught Sri Lankans wandered through debris-strewn streets today, desperately looking for any sign of relatives swept away by a deadly tsunami that has killed at least 10,200 people in the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dreaded 10,000 on Jakarta lips
Indonesian vice-president Jusuf Kalla said today the death toll from a tsunami that swept across the Indian Ocean region could hit 10,000 in one area of his country alone. ...  | Read.. 
 
Economic toll will be less
Fishing villages have been wiped out and money-spinning tourist resorts wrecked, but the economic cost of the giant seismic waves that swamped coasts across south Asia will ...  | Read.. 
 
China threat
China's military will crush any major moves towards independence by Taiwan, a Beijing government policy paper said today, prompting the self-governing island to accuse Beijin ...  | Read.. 
 
Angelina Jolie with her four-year-old adopted son Maddox (left) and a patient during a visit to the Children's Cancer Centre in Beirut. (AFP)
Yushchenko inches to victory
West-leaning Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko took an unassailable lead today in Ukraine's re-ru..  | Read.. 
'We held hands and crouched'
William Robins vowed today to change his life forever after the professional golfer from California..  | Read.. 
 
Osama in poll boycott call
An audio tape purportedly from al Qaida leader Osama bin La ...  | Read.. 

Tired of violence, Nepalis call for peace
Tired and angry after years of violence, tens of thousands ...  | Read..