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US overture after Putin ‘Cold War’ punch
Nato nations must work in partnership with Russia on security matters, US defence secretary Robert Gates said today, a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin blasted Washington’s foreign policy and accused it of fomenting a series of wars. ...  | Read.. 
 
Villagers steal Maoist booty
The Maoists who ran amok in rural Nepal for over a decade, robbing banks and extorting money, got a taste of their own medicine when villagers stole their cache of looted ...  | Read.. 
 
Yunus sounds people on politics plunge
Bangladesh’s 2006 Nobel Prize Peace winner Muhammad Yunus said today he might launch a political party and stand for elections for the welfare of the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tokyo snow
No snow has fallen in Tokyo since the beginning of winter — the first time the Japanese capital has gone this late in the season without snow in more than 40 years, the Met o ...  | Read.. 
 
Tehran pipes down
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad marked the 28th anniversary of Iran’s revolution today pledging to pursue the country’s nuclear programme but announcing no ne ...  | Read.. 
 
Fiennes in sky sex scandal
British movie star Ralph Fiennes is at the centre of a mile-high sex scandal after he allegedly became amorous with an Australian flight attendant during a long-haul flight, ...  | Read.. 
 
British Opposition leader David Cameron talks to reporters outside his home in England on Sunday. ...  | Read
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Market threat to Chinese casinos
The opening of Stanley Ho’s new Grand Lisboa casino — with a gold tower and a top shaped like ..  | Read.. 
Nasa diapers butt of jokes
It’s the diaper that boldly goes where no incontinence product has gone before. ..  | Read.. 
 
Noose sparks dress code probe
A party that asked students to come dressed “political ...  | Read.. 

China braces for baby boom
When the clock reaches midnight on February 17 and the ...  | Read..