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Maoists to end truce, go on offensive
Nepalís Maoist rebels said today they have been compelled to end a four-month-old truce and go on the offensive to defend themselves against government forces. ...  | Read.. 
 
Under fire, Russia to restore gas supplies
A heavily-criticised Russia today promised to restore full gas supplies to Europe after Germany warned that its dispute with Ukraine over deliveries could hurt its long-term ...  | Read.. 
 
Options before EU limited
EU nations may look with increasing scepticism at Russiaís reliability as an energy partner after the resource-rich country cut gas supplies to Ukraine, but the bloc ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak ruling party loses ministers
The ruling Pakistan Muslim League today lost several ministers in a draw called to retire half of the 100-member upper house of parliament. ...  | Read.. 
 
US actor Scarlett Johansson and her Irish co-star Jonathan Rhys-Meyers in a scene from their new film Match Point. (Reuters)
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US coffee chain wins Chinese logo case
A Shanghai court has ruled that a Chinese coffee company infringed the copyright of coffee chain St..  | Read.. 
Film buff Hollywood would like to clone
The average American goes to the movie theatre fewer than six times a year, which makes Richard Tro..  | Read..