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Nepal interim statute strips king powers
After intense talks spread over four days, top leaders of the ruling Seven-Party Alliance and the Maoist rebels signed the interim constitution which strips King Gyanendra of all his powers, perks and privileges. ...  | Read.. 
 
King who made Bhutan happy
When Bhutan’s King Jigme Singye Wangchuk communicated to the kingdom’s cabinet on December 9 the decision to immediately abdicate in favour of his 26-year-old s ...  | Read.. 
 
Florida bar on executions
Governor Jeb Bush suspended all executions in Florida after a medical examiner said that prison officials botched the insertion of the needles when a convicted killer was put ...  | Read.. 
 
Police release victim footage in killer hunt
British police released surveillance television footage of one of five murdered prostitutes today as they stepped up their hunt for a possible serial killer. ...  | Read.. 
 
Incorrect word of year: Macaca
“Macaca” you are number one. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush pat for lesbian mother
Vice-President Dick Cheney’s pregnant lesbian daughter Mary will make a “fine mom,” President George W. Bush said, sidestepping his past comment that a child i ...  | Read.. 
 
Canadian singer Nellie Furtado at a concert in New York. (AP)
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UK faces probe over Saudi deal
Britain could face a corruption inquiry following the decision to halt the Serious Fraud Office..  | Read.. 
Book says Ali champion of rap music
Float like a butterfly/ Sting like a bee/ Your hands can’t hit/ What your eyes can..  | Read.. 
 
Italy asks models for health proof
Italy’s government and its fashion chiefs issued a man ...  | Read.. 

Ill Castro speaks to officials
Ailing Cuban President Fidel Castro has spoken by telephone ...  | Read..