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Muslims doubt Newsweek climbdown
Muslims in Afghanistan and Pakistan were sceptical today about an apparent retraction by Newsweek magazine of a report that US interrogators desecrated the Quran and said US pressure was behind the climbdown. ...  | Read.. 
 
US image damaged: White House
The White House said today that a Newsweek report based on an anonymous source had damaged the US image overseas by alleging that US interrogators desecrated the Quran ...  | Read.. 
 
After uprising, mass arrests
Uzbek authorities are likely to carry out mass arrests of protesters who staged an uprising that ended in a massacre when troops opened fire, a leading human rights campaigne ...  | Read.. 
 
France strike over holiday
A strike hit public transport and disrupted classrooms in some parts of France today as staff defied a government decision to scrap the Pentecost public holiday to generate f ...  | Read.. 
 
A Pakistani Shia activist burns a US flag at a rally in Karachi. (AFP)
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Russia tycoon charged
Judges in the trial of Russian oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky said today he had committed tax eva..  | Read.. 
Rugby and royal duty await William
Britain’s Prince William will join the British and Irish Lions rugby union tour to New Zealand..  | Read.. 
 
Blair asks minister to work for no pay
Tony Blair was accused of sexism yesterday after it eme ...  | Read.. 

Israel row twist
An Israeli diplomatic row that features high-powered wives ...  | Read.. 

Deuba faces jail threat
The Royal Commission for Corruption Control, set-up by ...  | Read.. 

Kuwait women get right to vote
Kuwait’s parliament passed a law today granting women ...  | Read..