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Worker unrest rocks Dhaka
Thousands of protesting workers set fire to over a dozen factories in the Bangladesh capital today after a colleague was killed and scores injured in clashes with police, witnesses and officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lift your baby, stay trim
At first, the sight of 20 red-faced women lying on the damp grass of a central London park and juggling new-born babies is quite worrying. ...  | Read.. 
 
$2 million for 666-6666
The tiny Gulf state of Qatar, famed mainly for having the Arab world’s largest reserves of natural gas, added another record to its name today ' one of the world’s ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran paper faces heat over Azeri lampoon
Iran has suspended publication of its official state newspaper after it published a cartoon that sparked violent ethnic protests in the northwestern city of Tabriz, a senior ...  | Read.. 
 
F-16s collide
Greek and Turkish F-16 fighters collided in mid-air today while shadowing each other in the southern Aegean, where the two Nato allies have long disputed control over airspac ...  | Read.. 
 
One-dose cure for malaria
Drugmaker Novartis aims to develop a one-dose cure for the most dangerous form of malaria in a public partnership to address one of the world’s top killer diseases, the ...  | Read.. 
 
Australian actress Cate Blanchett at a photo call for her new film Babel at the 59th Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday. Babel, directed by Mexica ...  | Read
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Forever young Dylan
Bob Dylan has announced no plans for his 65th birthday tomorrow, but around the world and in the ho..  | Read.. 
Pak postpones hanging
Pakistan postponed the execution of a British man for a month today in order to give his family the..  | Read.. 
 
Alcatraz swim
A seven-year-old boy swam from Alcatraz Island to the San F ...  | Read..