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Maoists, parties in secret pact
In a major breakthrough, a broad-based understanding has been reached between the Nepalese political parties agitating against King Gyanendra’s royal coup and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in secret talks held yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
UN: Iran has cookbook to make nukes
The UN nuclear watchdog said in a confidential report today it had found an Iranian document which one European diplomat described as a “cookbook” for a nuclear wea ...  | Read.. 
 
Annan impressed, depressed by quake
UN secretary-general Kofi Annan visited earthquake-hit Kashmir today to highlight the misery of people living in the disaster zone and Pakistan’s dire need for over $5 b ...  | Read.. 
 
Wine violence
Festivities marking the arrival of this year’s Beaujolais Nouveau turned violent in the southeastern French city of Grenoble today, when more than 30 people were injured ...  | Read.. 
 
UN chief for abuse probe
UN human rights chief Louise Arbour today called for an international probe into Iraqi jails after accusations of serious abuse of detainees at a secret interior ministry det ...  | Read.. 
 
54 die in Iraq mosque suicide strike
Two suicide bombers killed at least 54 people when they blew themselves up inside two crowded Shia mosques in the northeastern Iraqi town of Khanaqin today, police said. ...  | Read.. 
 
A Maoist guerrilla at an armed exercise in Bhojpur, Nepal. (AFP)
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Beethoven suffered from lead poisoning
An analysis of skull fragments from German composer Ludwig van Beethoven confirms he suffered from ..  | Read.. 
Cruz in the bullring
Adrien Brody and Penelope Cruz will star in the long-gestating matador drama Manolete, t..  | Read.. 
 
Lanka hawk wins election
Sri Lanka’s hawkish Prime Minister, Mahinda Rajapakse, ...  | Read..