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11 dead in Libya, ministers fired
The row over controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad forced two ministers out of their jobs in Europe and West Asia today after clashes between police and protesters claimed 11 lives in Libya. ...  | Read.. 
 
Islamabad bar on protests
Pakistan banned demonstrations in Islamabad today as protests over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad grew and four people were wounded when shots were fired during a rally in ...  | Read.. 
 
Nigeria oil workers abducted
Nigerian militants launched a string of attacks on the world’s eighth largest oil exporter today, abducting nine foreign workers, bombing a major oil export platform and ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists call for strike
Nepal’s Maoist rebels called today for an indefinite nationwide general strike from April 3 in an intensified campaign against King Gyanendra who sacked the government a ...  | Read.. 
 
Accidents can happen, says Cheney victim
Texas lawyer Harry Whittington, bearing bruises and pockmarks from birdshot but considering himself lucky, prepared to leave the hospital yesterday and said the hunting incid ...  | Read.. 
 
Chirac calm plea after flu scare
French President Jacques Chirac today urged calm over the likely first outbreak of the deadly H5N1 bird flu strain in France, Europe’s biggest poultry producer. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Catwoman task for Berry
Halle Berry had to write “I will not make Catwoman II” on a chalkboard four times ..  | Read.. 
Clooney does not regret joke
George Clooney, who may be giving speeches again at next month’s Academy Awards, says he has n..  | Read..