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Bugti death fuels Baluch fire
Pakistani authorities today clamped an indefinite curfew on Quetta following sporadic violence and arson in the city in protest against the killing of Baluch nationalist leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti during a military operation late yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka evacuates trapped foreigners
The first foreign nationals and aid workers to be evacuated from Sri Lanka’s besieged north sailed into this eastern port today, only to be met by volleys of rockets and ...  | Read.. 
 
Outrage over advice against career women
For any man who wants to be successful and happy, a warning: do not, whatever you do, marry a career woman. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebellion, fed by gas
The killing of veteran Baluch politician Nawab Akbar Bugti during a military operation late yesterday has plunged the Baluchistan province into a new phase of protest and ...  | Read.. 
 
US crash kills all but pilot
An airliner carrying 50 people crashed and burst into flames today shortly after taking off from Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport, killing all those on board except one of ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran N-policy
Iran today insisted it would never stop uranium enrichment despite a looming UN deadline intended to ensure it cannot develop atomic weapons. ...  | Read.. 
 
A policeman searches the belongings of an aid worker in Trincomalee. (Reuters)
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Collective groan over goodwill bandwagon
Madonna feels responsible for the children of the world and has found herself a “big, big proj..  | Read.. 
Carter slams ‘subservient’ Blair
Tony Blair’s lack of leadership and timid subservience to George W. Bush lie behind the on..  | Read..