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Satellite exposes Iran’s uranium extension
Iran has secretly extended the uranium enrichment plant at the centre of the international controversy over its resumption of banned nuclear research earlier this month, satellite imagery has revealed. ...  | Read.. 
 
Baluchistan blow to Pervez
Pakistan’s top rights group on Sunday accused President Pervez Musharraf’s military- led government of “gross human rights violations” in Baluchistan prov ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka
Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels shot and injured four Sri Lankan troops in an ambush in the island’s restive east, police said on Sunday ' the eve of a peace initiative aim ...  | Read.. 
 
Kuwait royal succession rift widens
Kuwait’s parliamentary speaker said on Sunday that the Gulf state’s new emir had a right to take the oath of office, potentially widening a rift in the ruling famil ...  | Read.. 
 
17 Maoists killed in clash: Nepal
Seventeen Maoist guerrillas and six security personnel were killed in the deadliest gun battle in restive Nepal since the rebels ended a four-month-old truce three weeks ago, ...  | Read.. 
 
The Swiss Guard, the world’s smallest army, celebrated its 500th anniversary as protectors of the world’s smallest state on Sunday with a regal Vatican City celebration blessed by the Pope ...  | Read
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Worst-case quake forecast
A major earthquake striking northeastern Japan could set off a 22-metre tsunami, kill about 3,000..  | Read.. 
What’s in a name' Ask Clooney
Actor George Clooney has come under attack from the father of Jack Abramoff, the Washington lob..  | Read..