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Siege spreads to Nepal lifelines
King Gyanendra held talks with diplomats from India and the US amid a call for full-blown civil disobedience and speculation about the likely imposition of emergency in Nepal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran in Pope’s Easter message
Pope Benedict, in his first Easter message today, called for an “honourable solution” to the nuclear standoff with Iran, a truly independent Palestinian state, and ...  | Read.. 
 
Paris puff ban up in smoke
The tobacco-loving French will be allowed to carry on puffing their Gitanes and Gauloises in smoky bars and bistros after the government caved in on plans to ban smoking in p ...  | Read.. 
 
King and his shaky throne
For centuries, the Shah kings of Nepal have swung from being absolute monarchs to titular figureheads and back again, usually after horrific violence. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Canned hunting’, for '20000
Wealthy hunters are paying up to '20,000 to kill lions, tigers and other rare and exotic animals on game reserves in Spain. ...  | Read.. 
 
Volunteers perform in a 1906 earthquake evacuation re-enactment in San Francisco. The region is observing the centenary of the 1906 earthquake, one ...  | Read
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Robot mum
Curse fraud
Flu rerun in Pak
Iraq deadlock
Egypt clash
Turkey blast
Dos and don’ts for US tourists
Loud and brash, in gaudy garb and baseball caps, more than three million of them flock to our s..  | Read.. 
Battle lines drawn on Rumsfeld
Senior Democrats sought to raise the heat on embattled defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld today as R..  | Read..