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Go-slow on Gyanendra angers Nepalis
Protests again erupted in several Nepal cities, including Kathmandu, today over delay in implementing a resolution to strip all political and military powers of King Gyanendra. ...  | Read.. 
 
Right not happy with Bush migrant plan
President George W. Bush yesterday declared that the US-Mexico border was broken and he would deploy up to 6,000 National Guard troops there, but he said millions of illegal ...  | Read.. 
 
Gift roster
It is good to be President, not the least because it inspires rock stars and others to buy you presents like $1,800 suits, $900 poker sets, $350 chain saws and $5,500 bikes. ...  | Read.. 
 
Everest feat
A New Zealand mountain climber who lost both his legs to frostbite has become the first double amputee to conquer Mount Everest, despite breaking one of his artificial limbs ...  | Read.. 
 
Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry at a news conference in Mexico City on Monday to promote their latest film X-Men: The Last Stand. (Reuters)
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Warming killing off coral reefs: Report
Global warming has had a more devastating effect on some of the world’s finest coral reefs..  | Read.. 
Furious Castro in fortune challenge
Havana, May 16 (Reuters) - Cuban President Fidel Castro furiously denied yesterday a story in..  | Read..