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Tigers on EU terror list
The EU listed Sri Lanka’s rebel LTTE as a banned terrorist organisation today amid a sharp escalation in clashes between it and the military, EU diplomats said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Battered Indonesians find solace in humour
Indonesians have adopted a new phrase after being battered by one calamity after another: “Selalu bencana yah,” or “There’s always a disaster happe ...  | Read.. 
 
Incentive to learn English
The Spanish government, fed up with the national reputation for not speaking foreign languages, will give young people up to 1,000 euros ($1,300) each to study English. ...  | Read.. 
 
Experts say wild birds not to blame for flu
Wild birds carry only part of the blame for spreading the deadly strain of bird flu, and experts said today that they should not be killed but rather studied to understand ho ...  | Read.. 
 
US treasury secretary resigns
Treasury secretary John Snow has resigned and will be replaced by Goldman Sachs chairman Henry M. Paulson Jr, a senior administration official said today, in another chapter ...  | Read.. 
 
EU split on smoking ban
Most people in the EU support a ban on smoking in offices, shops and some other public places but are divided on whether to prohibit tobacco in restaurants and bars, an EU su ...  | Read.. 
 
US actress Jessica Alba in a wig during the filming of a segment for the coming 2006 MTV Video Music Awards in Santa Clarita, California.. Alba hopes ...  | Read
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World Cup’s united colours in West Asia
When it comes to the World Cup, Israelis and Palestinians are in full agreement: The price to watch..  | Read.. 
Techies go underground for brawls
They may sport love handles and Ivy League degrees, but every two weeks some Silicon Valley techies..  | Read..