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Mubarak challenger jailed for forgery
An Egyptian court sentenced Opposition politician and former presidential candidate Ayman Nour to five years in jail on forgery charges today, raising a storm of outrage from liberals and reformers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Phone stopper
It was a conversation stopper. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dodo mass grave found
A mass grave of dodos, the famous flightless bird whose name became synonymous with stupidity, has been uncovered in Mauritius, scientists said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Putin shows off his judo skills
President Vladimir Putin showed off his judo skills today in nationwide television footage, giving a master class in his hometown. ...  | Read.. 
 
Peasant protest leader in Chinese custody
Chen Weiying, a peasant protest leader in southern China whose struggle was the subject of a Washington Post article last month, was detained by police and has bee ...  | Read.. 
 
Amiable Pooh turns 80
One of the best-loved characters in children’s fiction celebrated a special birthday today when Winnie the Pooh turned 80. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ayman Nour at the court in Cairo. (Reuters)
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US mosques on radiation watch
US officials have secretly monitored radiation levels at Muslim sites, including mosques and privat..  | Read.. 
Cherie rules out politics after Blair term ends
Cherie Blair has firmly ruled out embarking on a career in politics after her husband Tony leaves 1..  | Read.. 
 
Cash for UN linked to reforms
The UN General Assembly, at the insistence of the US and ot ...  | Read..