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Coup bypasses party circuit
The Thailand coup went largely unnoticed in the country’s popular tourist districts, where foreigners packed beer bars and cabarets oblivious to the activity about 3 km away. ...  | Read.. 
 
Traders call for end to Maoist extortion
Hundreds of businessmen rallied in Nepal today to demand an end to extortion by Maoist rebels and greater security from the government, witnesses and business leaders said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Graft slur on Pervez regime
The military-dominated regime in Pakistan is more corrupt than the two earlier governments of Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif, according to a survey by an anti-corruption wat ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush: Pope sincere in apology
President George W. Bush said on Monday that Pope Benedict was sincere in his apology for comments on Islam that have sparked outrage in the Muslim world, a US official said. ...  | Read.. 
 
A soldier in Bangkok on Tuesday. (AP)
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Scarlett Johansson shows off in cleavage-baring dresses on the red carpet, but in real life, she wo..  | Read.. 
Tape riots in Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany rejected Opposition calls to quit today after anti-govern..  | Read..