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Chaudhry allowed to challenge ouster
The Pakistan supreme court today allowed Chief Justice Muhammad Chaudhry to contest his suspension by President Pervez Musharraf in a major victory for the top judge. ...  | Read.. 
 
Aziz for Pervez
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz said in an interview that he expects President Pervez Musharraf to secure another five years in office this autumn despite contin ...  | Read.. 
 
Mudslides, floods in Bangla kill 100
Floods and mudslides have killed nearly 100 people in Bangladesh, mostly in the port city of Chittagong where dozens of hillside homes were buried after monsoon rains, offici ...  | Read.. 
 
Cash-hit French Left hawks treasures
It was once France’s biggest political party, feared by the bourgeoisie and the CIA alike as a red menace with the power to spark another revolution. ...  | Read.. 
 
Conviction in London honour killing
A Kurdish man was convicted in a London court today of murdering his 20-year-old daughter in a so-called “honour killing” after she left her husband and fell in lov ...  | Read.. 
 
Kim gravely ill
Kim Jong Il, North Korea’s reclusive leader, has been so unwell that he could not walk more than 30 yards without a rest, western governments have been told. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Quest into whether Mallory climbed Everest first
A team of mountaineers carrying replica 1920s kit yesterday began an attempt to reconstruct the..  | Read.. 
Nasa mulls bump as Atlantis docks
Astronauts on space shuttle Atlantis prepared for a walk in space today to add a giant new piece to..  | Read..