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Exit polls show hung Germany
Voters appeared to have forced Germany’s main political rivals into coalition with each other today, as exit polls showed conservative challenger Angela Merkel the winner but unable to form a Centre-Right alliance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Afghan voters defy Taliban threat
Taliban fighters failed to sabotage Afghanistan’s first legislative elections in decades, with millions of voters turning out today for a ballot President Hamid Karzai c ...  | Read.. 
 
Officials clash as Big Easy residents get ready to return
Federal and local authorities clashed today over whether New Orleans was ready for residents to return, putting in doubt efforts to quickly resettle the devastated city. ...  | Read.. 
 
N Korea nuke talks hope
Monday loomed as make-or-break day in prolonged but still deadlocked North Korean nuclear talks after the top US envoy said he would leave Beijing at the end of the day. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the UN General Assembly (in AFP picture) that Tehran was determined to press ahead with making nuclear fue ...  | Read
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Vatican lifts veil on Pope’s last days
In an act of unusual transparency, the Vatican has published a graphically descriptive behind-the-s..  | Read.. 
Streisand squeals admiration for Clinton
If there was any doubt that Bill Clinton still elicits the adoration of women, Barbra Streisand was..  | Read.. 
 
Iraq approves statute draft
Iraq’s parliament finally approved a draft constitutio ...  | Read.. 

Poll stink
It is an insult normally confined to the playground rat ...  | Read..