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Maoists melt, Nepal in a flux
Nepal is in ferment and caught between what is to be done and what is to be undone. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hordes flee Lanka strikes
Sri Lankaís military launched air and artillery strikes on Tamil Tiger targets in the islandís northeast today, with thousands fleeing their homes a day after a sui ...  | Read.. 
 
India watches from distance
India is in touch with Norwegian peace negotiators to preserve the ceasefire between the Sri Lankan government and the Tamil Tigers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush critic is his spokesman
President George W. Bush named Fox News Radio host Tony Snow as White House press secretary today in his latest move aimed at giving his staff a new look and breathing new li ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran to US: Harm us at your peril
Iran said today it would harm US interests anywhere in the world if the United States launches an attack, a step Washington says is an option if diplomacy fails to resolve a ...  | Read.. 
 
Malaysia mulls space prayer
As Malaysia prepares to pick its first astronaut, the countryís space agency is hunting for solutions to the problems it expects devout Muslims to face while in orbit, s ...  | Read.. 
 
Brazilian model Giane Albertoni at a fashion show in Curitiba, Brazil. (Reuters)
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14-yr-old shot by kin in Pak honour killing
Relatives of a 14-year-old Pakistani girl kidnapped her and shot her four times in an attempted hon..  | Read.. 
Jolie breaks silence
Heavily-pregnant Angelina Jolie broke her silence today from her African hideaway, but she wasn..  | Read.. 
 
UK criminals freed in error
More than 1,000 convicted foreign criminals, including ...  | Read.. 

Cruise still boxoffice gold in Hollywood
He can hop on couches, denounce psychiatry and pooh-pooh po ...  | Read.. 

Chernobyl
Mourners laid red carnations ' symbols of grief ' in the sh ...  | Read..