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New Orleans hunts for living and dead
A week after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans today pressed the search for the living and the dead from the catastrophe as President George W. Bush planned a second visit to the devastated US Gulf Coast. ...  | Read.. 
 
Two bars defy monster storm
At least two bars in New Orleans’ fabled French Quarter are honouring the tradition that drinking establishments in the boisterous tourist district stay open during hurr ...  | Read.. 
 
Typhoon, as strong as Katrina, hits Japan
A typhoon lashed southwestern Japan today, creating nine-metre high waves, cutting power supplies and disrupting transport and work at oil refineries. ...  | Read.. 
 
Third day of protests in Nepal
More than a dozen demonstrators were hurt in violent clashes with police today, the third day of protests against King Gyanendra’s seizure of power seven months ago, wit ...  | Read.. 
 
Denyka Powell, with a snake coiled around her neck, asks police for information on how to be evacuated from the French Quarter in New Orleans. Powell ...  | Read
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McCartney still hears Lennon buzz
Paul McCartney sometimes gets a little help from a friend...  | Read.. 
Iraq town in Zarqawi hands
Abu Musab Zarqawi’s foreign-led al Qaida in Iraq took open control of a key western town at th..  | Read.. 
 
Suicide hoax puts lover in jail
A love-struck Pakistani faces up to three years in jail for ...  | Read.. 

Plane slams into Indonesia town
A domestic airliner crashed in a busy residential area of I ...  | Read..