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China pollution rally deaths spark riot
Thousands of villagers rioted in eastern China, injuring dozens of police, after two of about 200 elderly women protesting over factory pollution died during efforts to disperse them, residents and officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Japan urged to mend fences
China called on Japan today to do more to repair soured relations between the Asian powers, as a government wary of popular protest kept riot police on guard after violent an ...  | Read.. 
 
Ransom whiff in Pak envoy snatch
A kidnapped employee of the Pakistani embassy in Iraq is safe and is probably being held for ransom, a Pakistani government spokesman said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Coronation streets ahead of Charles wedding
The long-awaited wedding of previously married, middle-aged lovers was a big weekend television hit, drawing about 12 million viewers in Britain. ...  | Read.. 
 
US actors David Duchovny and Tea Leoni at the premiere of their new film House of D in New York. Duchovny wrote and directed the film. (Reuters ...  | Read
Kylie to rock at British fest
Kylie Minogue, Coldplay and the White Stripes are among headline acts at this year's Glastonbury mu..  | Read.. 
Saddam may escape noose in rebel 'deal'
Saddam Hussein could avoid the gallows under a secret proposal by insurgent leaders that Iraq's..  | Read.. 
 
UN sets up rights monitor in Nepal
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for ...  | Read.. 

17 killed in Bangla collapse
Rescuers struggled today to bring in heavy equipment to the ...  | Read.. 

Prophecy points to Olive Pope
Maybe it describes the colour of his skin or place of birth ...  | Read..