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Apology fails to douse cartoon anger
A Saudi-owned pan-Arab newspaper printed today a full-page apology from Jyllands-Posten, the Danish daily that first published cartoons of Prophet Mohammad unleashing a wave of fury by muslims worldwide. ...  | Read.. 
 
King offers talks, parties unmoved
Nepalís King Gyanendra made his first formal approach to the countryís estranged political parties today, urging them to join talks and try to put democracy back on ...  | Read.. 
 
Israel halts payments to Palestine
Israel today called a permanent halt to monthly transfer of funds to the Palestinian authority but settled for a watered-down package of other sanctions after a Hamas-led Pal ...  | Read.. 
 
Fatwa nod to Iran N-strike
Iranís hardline spiritual leaders have issued an unprecedented new fatwa sanctioning the use of atomic weapons ...  | Read.. 
 
Cloud over Harvard chiefís fate
Harvard Universityís governing board is considering whether to intervene before the Ivy League schoolís president faces an unprecedented second vote of no-confidenc ...  | Read.. 
 
Danish envoy leaves Pak
Police fired teargas and rubber bullets to break up a banned protest against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in Islamabad today and Denmark said its ambassador to Pakistan h ...  | Read.. 
 
An Iraqi model in traditional clothes plays a Sumerian instrument at an exhibition in Baghdad on Sunday. (AFP)
French, US wine war set for rerun
Shock waves were sent through the world of viniculture when nine French wine tasters ruled that Cal..  | Read.. 
Soho closes door to 27+
Its membership list includes fortysomething star names such as Hugh Grant, Madonna and Johnny D..  | Read..