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Maoists nudge Nepal PM on first date
The Maoist rebels who joined Nepal’s multiparty government last week have begun pressuring Girija Prasad Koirala to announce the schedule for the June elections which would decide the fate of the monarchy and the form of governance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sailor trauma on telly
Faye Turney, the woman sailor at the centre of the Iran hostage crisis, is to reveal the trauma of her 13-day ordeal in a solo interview. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wheel turns for Brown
British finance minister Gordon Brown, overwhelming favourite to succeed Tony Blair as Prime Minister, suffered a blow today when an opinion poll showed more than half of Br ...  | Read.. 
 
Iraq PM snubbed in Iran skies
Iran refused to allow a plane carrying Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on a trip to Asia to cross its air space overnight, a senior adviser to the Iraqi leader said today ...  | Read.. 
 
Castro back in fighting form
Convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro has jumped back into the limelight with two newspaper columns attacking the US that point to a future role as elder statesman for the 8 ...  | Read.. 
 
Britain’s Prince Harry kisses girlfriend Chelsy Davy as they watch the England-Australia World Cup cricket match in St John’s on Sunday. (Reuters)
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Revealed: Darcy’s disorder
He is the handsome bachelor whose strong but silent demeanour has sent women’s hearts flut..  | Read.. 
Dhaka stubs out poll short-cuts
Bangladesh’s army-backed interim government and election..  | Read..