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New masters raid Gaza bedroom
On its first day in full control in Gaza, Hamas today both mocked and reached out to its defeated Fatah rivals, offering them amnesty but also rifling through President Mahmoud Abbasís bedroom, stripping a former strongmanís home down to the flowerpots and throwing a Fatah gunman off a ro ...  | Read.. 
 
Children in slave trade
As many as 1,000 children may have been sold into slave labour in central China, enduring maiming and brutality in primitive brick kilns, state media said today amid an expan ...  | Read.. 
 
Hasina barred from leaving
Bangladeshís army-backed interim government prevented former Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who faces charges of extortion, from going abroad, police and her party collea ...  | Read.. 
 
Tibet statue torn down
Chinese authorities have demolished a statue of a Buddhist master at Tibetís oldest monastery, an activist group said today, the latest act in what critics say is an eff ...  | Read.. 
 
Barot terror cell
Seven Britons linked to a plot to blow up US financial institutions, including the New York Stock Exchange, and stage a series of attacks in Britain were jailed for a total o ...  | Read.. 
 
Lebanese news anchor Sawsan Darweesh during a programme for the NBN channel owned by Lebanese parliament speaker Nabih Berri in Beirut. Darweesh was f ...  | Read
Naomi settles suit
Mothers can be beauties
Key Asia militant nabbed
Pak ambush
Lanka probe
US race trial
Pervez must keep polls fair: US
President Pervez Musharraf must keep Pakistanís elections fair, US assistant secretary of stat..  | Read.. 
Jolie faces press anger over gag
Angelina Jolie is under fire for trying to restrict media questions during interviews to promot..  | Read..