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Pak in nuke pact with IAEA
Pakistan has signed an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency for safeguards at a nuclear power plant currently under construction. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iraqis ask: Who is next'
Fearful Iraqis spent sleepless nights guarding their homes and asking who would be next after gunmen burned mosques and houses in a Sunni enclave following the worst bomb att ...  | Read.. 
 
Kyoto bar
Japanís ancient capital of Kyoto plans to ban billboards on top of buildings and blinking neon signs to improve the cityís landscape, news reports said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Key data passed on to Israel businessman
Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko had met Russia-born businessman Leonid Nevzlin in Israel and passed on classified information which can be damaging to the Russian gov ...  | Read.. 
 
Clashes rock Bangla again
Two people were killed and nearly 50 injured as clashes intensified between Bangladesh political rivals over elections due in January. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal arms
Nepali vigilantes, set up to protect villagers from Maoist rebels, began destroying their weapons days after a peace deal formally ended the civil war, a human rights officia ...  | Read.. 
 
A customer tries out a Rolls Royce Phantom in Pakistanís first Rolls Royce showroom in Lahore. (AP)
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Strange as it may seem, Liv wanted to be in Strangers
Liv Tyler says when she first saw the title of the script for her new film, The Strangers, s..  | Read.. 
US varsity to teach Hindi, Urdu
University of Texas (UT) officials are recruiting students to study Hindi and Urdu as part of a new..  | Read..