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Unicef confirms child traffic case
The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) confirmed a case in Indonesia of trafficking in children orphaned or separated from parents by the Indian Ocean tsunami as ravaged countries were warned to be on high alert for kidnappers. ...  | Read.. 
 
In Aceh, aid has an American face
For many of the homeless and hungry in Indonesia's tsunami-devastated Aceh province, when aid comes it comes with an American face, a plus for sometimes rocky US relations wi ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka turtle trauma
Sri Lankan conservationist Kithsiri Kannangara wipes a tear as he stands over a patch of sand and broken wire mesh, the only surviving incubation pit of his hatchery for enda ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak issues kidnap alert
The interior ministry in Pakistan today feared that kidnappings of ministers and MPs by al Qaida activists would increase in the near future. ...  | Read.. 
 
Prince William (left) and Prince Harry help pack aid items bound for the Maldives at a Red Cross depot near Bristol, western England. (AP)
Where are the people, asks Annan after tour
UN secretary general Kofi Annan toured Indonesia's tsunami-ravaged Aceh province today, flying by h..  | Read.. 
Spirits haunt Phi Phi island
The tourists can still be heard on this Thai paradise isle, only now local people say they are voi..  | Read.. 
 
China to end sex-selective abortion
China is to outlaw the selective abortion of female foetuse ...  | Read.. 

Christian anger over BBC show
Christian protesters set fire to their television licences ...  | Read..