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Brown tinge stays same in Canada
When Canada’s new parliament assembles in Ottawa after yesterday’s nail-biting snap election, the brown tinge on its benches will remain practically unchanged with most South Asian incumbents retaining their seats with comfortable margins. ...  | Read.. 
 
US torture outsourced
The US flew detainees to other countries where they would be tortured and European governments probably knew about it, the head of a European investigation into the controver ...  | Read.. 
 
US campus harassment
Nearly two-thirds of US college students are affected by sexual harassment ' ranging from offensive jokes and gestures to touching and grabbing, according to a study released ...  | Read.. 
 
Millions for Sex.com
Sex.com, long coveted as potentially one of the most lucrative sites on the Web because of its catchy name, has been sold for about $12 million in cash and stock, a so ...  | Read.. 
 
Huffman: Upwardly mobile
Pak slur irks Aziz
Nepal clashes
Lanka blasts
No longer Desperate
Felicity Huffman wasn’t supposed to win the Emmy over her more glamourous and talked-about ..  | Read.. 
House ousts ailing ruler in Kuwait
Kuwait’s parliament deposed the Arab Gulf country’s ailing new ruler on health grounds to..  | Read..