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Yushchenko spits fire, currency wilts
President Viktor Yushchenko accused Ukraine’s parliament today of destabilising the country by sacking his government, a move that sent the local currency tumbling to its lowest in nine months. ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists mark truce end with huge strike
Within days of ending their unilateral four-month-long ceasefire, Maoist rebels launched a major attack on Dhangadhi town, the district headquarters of Kailali district i ...  | Read.. 
 
UK MPs free to ban smoking
A complete ban on smoking in all English pubs and clubs looks increasingly likely after the government said today it would allow its lawmakers to vote according to conscience ...  | Read.. 
 
Yes, I smacked my older children but not Leo: Blair
Tony Blair smacked his three older children when they were small, he admitted yesterday, but insisted that he does not hit his five-year-old son, Leo. ...  | Read.. 
 
UK calls for Iran action
Britain called today for the UN Security Council to consider action against Iran after it resumed nuclear fuel research, but former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani ...  | Read.. 
 
Turkey virus in endemic threat
Turkey stepped up efforts today to halt an outbreak of deadly bird flu as a UN body warned that the virus risked becoming firmly established there and posed a serious threat ...  | Read.. 
 
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Baby buzz around Jolie
Angelina Jolie is pregnant with Brad Pitt’s child and is expecting this summer, People ..  | Read.. 
Levis designs jeans that will suit iPods
Call it the 21st Century watch pocket...  | Read.. 
 
UK radical wanted ‘caliph’ in White House
Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri wanted a caliph sitting in ...  | Read.. 

Farrell sex tape now on Internet
A steamy sex video made by actor Colin Farrell and a ...  | Read..