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Dylan returns to coffee hubs
Bob Dylan is back in the coffee houses where he began as a troubadour, this time making money by selling recordings of his first concerts in New York’s Greenwich Village when he was 20. ...  | Read.. 
 
Thousands riot in poor China state
Thousands of Chinese rioted in a dispute sparked by a lopsided roadside brawl, set fire to cars and wounded six police officers in an outburst likely to worry communist leade ...  | Read.. 
 
Sun: Harry had to prove parentage
Prince Harry, second son of Princess Diana, was made to undergo a DNA test to disprove rumours that James Hewitt, an army officer with whom she had an affair, was his father, ...  | Read.. 
 
Full rights to gay unions in Canada
The Canadian House of Commons voted yesterday to guarantee full marriage rights to same-sex couples, reaffirming Canada’s sharp difference with the US over the issue of ...  | Read.. 
 
Beyonce Knowles dances on actor Terrance Howard's lap at an awards show in Los Angeles. (AP)
Cruise in alien land
Pervez justice
Pakistan wants to ensure gang-rape victim Mukhtaran Mai finds justice, President Pervez Musharraf s..  | Read.. 
The legend of Zorro still makes its mark
He seems like a devil-may-care playboy, pursuing women and good times in equal measure. Yet that..  | Read.. 
 
Blast near Nepal parliament
Nearly 10 Royal Nepalese Army (RNA) soldiers were injur ...  | Read..