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Moussaoui to spend life in jail
A defiant Zacarias Moussaoui shouted “God curse America” in the US courtroom where he was sentenced to life in prison today, after family members of September 11 victims angrily confronted him. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cheney in harsh attack on Russia
Vice-president Dick Cheney accused Russia today of backsliding on democracy and urged it to stop using its vast energy supplies for “blackmail” in one of Washington ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists hail truce offer, to join talks
Nepal’s Maoist rebels welcomed today a ceasefire announced by the new, multi-party government and said they would join talks to try and end a decade-old insurgency that ...  | Read.. 
 
China church row worsens
Pope Benedict said today China’s appointment of two Catholic bishops without his blessing was a “grave violation of religious freedom” as a standoff with Beiji ...  | Read.. 
 
New Atlantic species found
Scientists have found about 10-20 new species of tiny creatures in the depths of the Atlantic in a survey that will gauge whether global warming may harm life in the oceans, ...  | Read.. 
 
Pablo Picasso's 1941 portrait of his mistress, Dora Maar with Cat. (Reuters)
Dylan is changing
Downsizing blues for fat-paycheck stars
Poor Jim Carrey. His movies have raked in nearly $2 billion at box offices, but now a leading enter..  | Read.. 
Picasso painting sets record, sells for $95 m
Picasso’s 1941 portrait of his mistress, Dora Maar with Cat, sold for an astounding $95..  | Read..