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After rebels end truce, blasts rock Nepal
A series of overnight blasts rocked Nepal with one erupting in the popular tourist town of Pokhara, just hours after Maoist rebels called off a four-month truce, raising fears of a resurgence of violence. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak to buy N-reactors from China, says paper
Pakistan is in talks to buy up to eight nuclear power reactors from China for between $7 billion and $10 billion, Britainís Financial Times reported today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Children die in quake areas
Up to 35 children have died of pneumonia in three mountain villages in Pakistani Kashmir since last week after heavy snowfalls in which temperatures plummeted as low as minus ...  | Read.. 
 
Germany mishap toll
An ice rink whose roof collapsed killing up to 15 people, including children, could cave in completely, hampering efforts to reach those still trapped, German rescue services ...  | Read.. 
 
Tiger roar: Time running out
Sri Lankaís Tamil Tigers accused the army of infiltrating their areas and killing a senior rebel today in what they said was the most serious attack since a 2002 truce, ...  | Read.. 
 
Disruption risk exists: Gazprom
Russiaís gas monopoly Gazprom said today that there was still a risk of supply disruptions to Europe if Ukraine continues to expropriate gas from the pipeline crossing i ...  | Read.. 
 
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US strike kills family, says Iraq
A US air strike killed 14 members of one family in the oil refining town of Baiji in northern Iraq,..  | Read.. 
Minds of smokers
Some smokers may be able to quit by seeing themselves do it in their minds, research findings sugge..  | Read..