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Tale of torture from Baghdad bunker
An Iraqi student who said he was held with prisoners in an interior ministry bunker described today how he was hung blindfolded in excruciating positions and called a “Sunni dog” by his Shia interrogators. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush’s Taiwan reform model
President George W. Bush urged China today to move further to allow political and religious freedoms, and he held up Taiwan as a model for Asia of a free and democratic socie ...  | Read.. 
 
Beijing confirms first human flu cases
China’s ministry of health today confirmed the country’s first-ever human cases of bird flu, reporting two in the central province of Hunan and one in eastern Anhui ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran lines up human chain
Iran’s volunteer Islamic militiamen are vowing to form a human chain along the length of the country’s borders as a show of force against international pressure on ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez for more aid
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, speaking ahead of a post-earthquake donor meet, urged the world today to show survivors same generosity it did after the Indian Ocean tsu ...  | Read.. 
 
Solved: Phone bandit’s call mystery
Turns out, there really was somebody on the other end of the line. ...  | Read.. 
 
US singer Anastacia blows a kiss to photographers at a photo shoot to promote her latest album Pieces of a Dream in Madrid . (Reuters)
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Sharon deal
Sharon Stone has agreed to drop her lawsuit against a plastic surgeon she accused of libel in retur..  | Read.. 
EU setback after US keeps control of Web
The US will keep control of the domain-name system that guides online traffic under an agreement to..  | Read..