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Big powers disagree, Iran seeks talks
Russia and China made clear today they did not favour UN sanctions to induce Iran to scale back its nuclear programme, and Tehran urged the EU to return to the negotiating table. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh Lanka violence scares off monitors
Suspected Tamil Tigers launched several attacks on Sri Lankan troops today while Nordic truce monitors said they were suspending operations in the east because of security fe ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal defiance
Nepalís main political parties said today they would go ahead with a planned anti-King rally in Kathmandu on Friday despite a ban on protests by the royalist government. ...  | Read.. 
 
US court backs suicide law
The Bush administration cannot stop doctors from helping terminally ill patients end their lives under the nationís only physician-assisted suicide law, the US Supreme C ...  | Read.. 
 
SA Indianís letter in racist row
Racial remarks by an Indian-origin minister of the African National Congress (ANC)-led provincial government in Kwazulu-Natal has sparked a furore in the state with increasin ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez in foreign hand charge
Refuting allegations of human rights violations in southwest Balochistan by Pakistani security forces, President Pervez Musharraf tonight said the ďsaboteursĒ are b ...  | Read.. 
 
Reese Witherspoon (left) and Joaquin Phoenix with their awards for best performances by an actress and actor in Walk the Line, a film about the ...  | Read
Toddler on jury
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Heck! Bush spurns Hell
Itís a heck of a thing but President George W. Bush cannot bring himself to mention the un..  | Read.. 
Meet the stunning, new Bond girl
A little-known Italian actress and former beauty contestant, is to have a major role in the next Ja..  | Read..