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Massive aid operation swings into gear
Aid trucks loaded with food, medicines and body bags rolled into tsunami-hit areas across Asia and aircraft dropped supplies to cut-off villages as a huge relief operation finally swung into gear today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tigers and monks joined in mourning
From Tamil Tiger rebels to Buddhist monks in saffron robes, Sri Lanka stopped to mourn today as rescue workers struggled to clear bloated corpses of victims of the Indian Oce ...  | Read.. 
 
Sydney leads in silence
Australia led the world in a global minute of silence, parties were cancelled and trees on Paris' grand Champs Elysees were shrouded in black as Asia's devastating tsunami da ...  | Read.. 
 
Celebration & collision air in Ukraine
Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich today pursued a dogged legal challenge to the results of a presidential vote, while supporters of the liberal Opposition prepared a ...  | Read.. 
 
Seven-year-old male sea lion, Jonao, writes 'rooster' in Chinese with a calligraphy brush at the Sea Paradise aquarium in Yokohama. According to the C ...  | Read
ATM inventor honoured by Queen after 40 years
Here's a question for your New Year quiz' We all use it and there are nearly a million of them scat..  | Read.. 
Mother's dilemma: which boy to save'
A mother who was swept away by the tsunami knew she could not hold on to both of her young boys and..  | Read.. 
 
Nightclub blaze kills 175 revellers
A fire tore through a Buenos Aires nightclub packed with yo ...  | Read.. 

Army fights divorce
The US army is sending troops returning from Iraq on 'm ...  | Read.. 

Quake-proof tower opens
Taiwan's capital opened the world's tallest building today, ...  | Read.. 

On the train that tilted
A British man was one of the few survivors from a train ...  | Read..