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Leaders urge calm as Muslim fury spreads
European leaders today called for restraint as more newspapers published caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad, saying freedom of speech was sacrosanct, and Muslims protested against the jokes they consider blasphemous. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez protest
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today strongly condemned the publication of the cartoons caricaturing ...  | Read.. 
 
Katrina in Deja Vu
(Reuters): Hollywood returned to New Orleans on Thursday for the first movie shoot since Hurricane Katrina devastated the city that inspired steamy films like The Big ...  | Read.. 
 
Empty chairs at UN high table
John Bolton, Washington’s feisty UN ambassador, tried to open his first meeting as head of the Security Council at 10 am sharp yesterday ' and was irked to find no othe ...  | Read.. 
 
‘iPod ear’ fears
A music lover claiming to suffer from “iPod ear” has filed suit in a US court against Apple Computers, charging that the market-leading MP3 music player damages use ...  | Read.. 
 
Candidate shot dead in Nepal
Suspected Maoist rebels in Nepal have killed a politician and his aide ahead of next week’s municipal elections which the guerrillas have vowed to disrupt, a district of ...  | Read.. 
 
Salma Hayek at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in Santa Barbara, California. (Reuters)
Hamas talks
Envoy ouster
Bangla detain
Haggling delays Iran vote
The UN nuclear watchdog deferred until tomorrow a vote to report Iran to the UN Security Council ov..  | Read.. 
Brangelina blows off Bennifer & TomKat
The celebrity phenomenon dubbed “Brangelina” has triggered a media fever surrounding Brad..  | Read..