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Sharon bleeding leads to emergency surgery
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, fighting for his life after a massive stroke, underwent emergency surgery today to try to stem fresh bleeding in his brain. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mecca collapse toll rises to 76
At least 76 people died in the collapse of a Muslim pilgrims’ hostel in Saudi Arabia, the first tragedy to beset the Haj pilgrimage this year, a Saudi official said toda ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian among dead
An Indian pilgrim, 70-year-old Mohammad Rajab from Kashmir, was among those killed in the building collapse and six others were injured. ...  | Read.. 
 
Last Gang of Four member dead
Yao Wenyuan, the last remaining member of China’s notorious Gang of Four led by chairman Mao Zedong’s wife, has died of diabetes, the official Xinhua news agency sa ...  | Read.. 
 
Army distrust high in Jaffna
Tension and distrust , between soldiers and civilians are growing in Sri Lanka’s northern army-held Jaffna enclave, with a spike in allegations of abuse by troops as fea ...  | Read.. 
 
Ex-workers of WTC eatery open restaurant
Former workers from the opulent Windows of the World eatery, which once graced the 107th floor of the World Trade Center, saw a dream become reality yesterday with the openin ...  | Read.. 
 
British comedian John Cleese (left) jokes as Sebastian the carpet python coils itself around his neck at the Taronga Zoo, Sydney. On right is Austral ...  | Read
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Tiger Woods is buying a 10-acre Florida waterfront estate for '23 million but is unlikely to be..  | Read.. 
Chip in hand opens up doors
Forgetting computer passwords is an everyday source of frustration, but a solution may literally be..  | Read.. 
 
Moss hints at UK return
Kate Moss, the model who left the country amid allegati ...  | Read..