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Iraq doctors walk out over abuse by troops
More than two dozen doctors walked out of one of Baghdad’s busiest hospitals today to protest what they said was abuse by Iraqi soldiers, leaving about 100 patients to fend for themselves in chaotic wards. ...  | Read.. 
 
UK for ban on ‘fail’
The word “fail” should be banned from use in British classrooms and replaced with the phrase “deferred success” to avoid demoralising pupils, a group of t ...  | Read.. 
 
Chechnya rebels kill 15
Around 15 people were killed and another 20 injured today when an armoured police carrier was blown up by rebels in Russia’s Chechnya, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
24 held in Pak militant swoop
Pakistan launched a major sweep against Islamist militants today, detaining over two dozen suspects in a series of raids linked to investigations into the July 7 bomb attacks ...  | Read.. 
 
Doctors at the Yarmouk Hospital in Baghdad. (AFP)
Sing to help you drive better
Motorists who enjoy a sing-along while driving tend to concentrate more and fall asleep less than t..  | Read.. 
Dark chocolate good for heart
Dark chocolate can not only soothe your soul but can lower blood pressure too, researchers reported..  | Read.. 
 
Bhattarai welcomes induction into party
Senior Maoist leader and the rebel outfit’s ideolo ...  | Read.. 

Warlord convicted in Britain
In the first successful prosecution of its kind in the ...  | Read..