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Quake turns surfer's paradise into rubble
More than 1,000 people were feared killed in a massive earthquake which hit a remote Indonesian island famed as a surfing paradise, reducing large parts of its main town to rubble. ...  | Read.. 
 
'Life has to go on'
Foreign tourists in Thailand shrugged off the threat of another killer tsunami today although tourism officials worried the latest major quake may slow an already fragile rec ...  | Read.. 
 
Experts warn: third one expected
A huge undersea earthquake that killed hundreds in Indonesia overnight was a result of increased geological stress caused by last December's mega-quake that sent a devastatin ...  | Read.. 
 
Aid flights trickle into island
Aid flights today began reaching Indonesia's Nias island, where more than 1,000 people are believed dead after a massive earthquake. ...  | Read.. 
 
Indonesians search for survivors in a damaged shopping district in Sibolga. (Reuters)
Pope health fear
Pope John Paul will probably have to return to hospital in the coming days for medical checks amid ..  | Read.. 
Big Macs get the rap
McDonald's is tempting rappers to use the name Big Mac in their lyrics, it was reported yesterd..  | Read.. 
 
Iraq democracy goes under cover
It was hardly the greatest advertisement for democracy in W ...  | Read.. 

Annan cleared in scandal probe
A key inquiry into the UN oil-for-food programme concluded ...  | Read.. 

Stem cell source: Hair
Stem cells found in hair follicles can develop into nerve c ...  | Read.. 

Queen minus Mercury
British rock band Queen has kicked off its first tour since ...  | Read.. 

Koizumi takes Gere for a twirl
A photo opportunity with visiting Hollywood actor Richard G ...  | Read..