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Maoists back king cuts, but say not enough
Nepalís Maoist rebels backed sweeping cuts of the kingís powers today but said the changes should not overshadow planned talks to end their decade-old insurgency that aims to overthrow the monarchy. ...  | Read.. 
Jeans for prayers cause a stir
A new line of jeans for Muslims who want to stay comfortable when they pray has drawn mixed reactions from religious hardliners in Pakistan, where the trousers are being made ...  | Read.. 
Vatican censures priest over sexual abuse
The Vatican said today it had disciplined an ageing Mexican founder of an influential Catholic religious order who has been accused of sexual abuse, instructing him to retire ...  | Read.. 
Sherpa feat
A Nepali, Apa Sherpa, climbed Mount Everest for the 16th time on Friday, bettering his own record set last year, a hiking official said. ...  | Read.. 
Close secret prisons, UN panel tells US
The UN committee against torture told the US today it should close any secret prisons abroad and the Guantanamo Bay facility in Cuba, saying they violated international law. ...  | Read.. 
X-citing: Halle Berry in Berlin on Friday to promote her latest film X-Men: The Last Stand. (Reuters)
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William, Harry love Friends, reality TV
Their mother famously had the common touch, and it seems the British publicís view of Princess..  | Read.. 
Pak tries to cool Kabul temper
Pakistan today rejected a claim by Afghan President Hamid Karzai that it was backing Taliban milita..  | Read..