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Hundreds crushed on Haj ‘road of death’
At least 345 pilgrims were crushed to death today during a stoning ritual on the last day of the Haj, the worst tragedy to beset the sacred ritual in more than a decade. ...  | Read.. 
 
EU trio pushes Iran to UN
The EU’s three biggest powers said today that talks with Iran had reached a dead end and agreed it should be hauled before the UN Security Council over its nuclear progr ...  | Read.. 
 
France honours Cruz
France’s culture minister honoured Penelope Cruz, calling her a “great European actress” and proclaiming her a Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pope attacker freed
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot and wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, was released from a Turkish jail today after serving more than a quarter of a century behind bars. ...  | Read.. 
 
Day after Maoist raid, Nepal army fights back
A day after Maoist rebels launched a major assault on Dhangadhi town, the Royal Nepalese Army (RNA) claimed to have killed 10 rebels in two different incidents in central ...  | Read.. 
 
Nicole Kidman at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in New York on Wednesday. Kidman presented the Humanitarian Laureate Award to Rupert Murdoch in recognit ...  | Read
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No ticket for licence-less Arnie
California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will not be slapped with a ticket for driving without a l..  | Read.. 
Bending rules for baby smile
The rules for young children’s passport photographs have been relaxed, so that babies under a ..  | Read..