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Pak spin on Taliban deal
The Pakistan army can still carry out surgical strikes whenever it sees militant activity in North Waziristan, a senior official said tioday after a pact signed last week to end fighting with pro-Taliban tribesmen. ...  | Read.. 
 
China firm on media curbs
Chinaís open policy to foreign media and financial information agencies remains unchanged and the government will protect their freedom and rights, Chinaís Premier ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists in arms charge
Nepalís Maoist rebels said today they suspected the multi-party government of amassing weapons for its army despite an ongoing peace process, but the government strongly ...  | Read.. 
 
UK set to ease airport rules
Britain is likely to announce an easing of air travel rules next week after security was tightened last month in the wake of what police said was a foiled plot to bomb airlin ...  | Read.. 
 
Britney has a boy again
She did it again. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ben Affleck (left) and Matt Damon joke ahead of the world premiere of Feast in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Affleck and Damon are executive producers ...  | Read
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Smoking can affect breast cells
Cigarette smoke can transform normal breast cells into cancerous cells by blocking their normal abi..  | Read.. 
Madridís thin-model ban worries Italy
Italyís fashion capital is in a tizzy over a ban on overly thin models at Madridís fashio..  | Read..