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UN staff accused of raping Sudan kids
The UN said today that it would launch an investigation after the Daily Telegraph reported allegations that UN personnel have abused children in southern Sudan. ...  | Read.. 
 
Grisly honour crime
Armed men cut off the ears and nose of a Pakistani man who married one of their tribe for love after he and his family refused to hand over his wife, police said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Aziz bid to mend Kabul fences
Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz will visit Kabul tomorrow as part of a government strategy to remove misunderstandings and build trust after Islamabad decided to fen ...  | Read.. 
 
Iraq braces for more hangings
Preparations were being made to hang two of Saddam Husseinís co-defendants within the next few days, Iraqi media and a government official said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Missing Nepal rhinos fox officials
Dozens of endangered great one-horned rhinoceros have mysteriously gone missing from a nature reserve in southwest Nepal over the past few years, a wildlife official said tod ...  | Read.. 
 
Indonesia plane search
Indonesian rescuers launched new sea, land and air searches today for a plane with 102 people aboard as anger grew over inaccurate official statements that its wreckage had b ...  | Read.. 
 
Fourteen-year-old British sailor Michael Perham (right) with his father Peter at St Johnís, Antigua, on Wednesday. Perham sailed into the record books ...  | Read
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Hasinaís alliance to boycott elections
A 14-party political alliance in Bangladesh led by former Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said i..  | Read.. 
Demi again keen on babies
Their May-December romance has lasted longer than many a Hollywood marriage, and now actress Demi M..  | Read.. 
 
Obama slip
CNN apologised yesterday for mistakenly promoting a story o ...  | Read.. 

Nepal ethnic groups raise their voices
Nine months after the April peopleís rising and the la ...  | Read..