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Dhaka curfew after more clashes
One person was killed and many injured today as clashes between angry students and police spread to campuses across Bangladesh, prompting the military-backed government to declare an indefinite curfew in the capital and five other major cities. ...  | Read.. 
 
Brad tours green home
Brad Pitt yesterday toured the site of an environmentally friendly home being built in an impoverished New Orleans neighbourhood based on the winning design from a competitio ...  | Read.. 
 
Taiwan jet logo removed
China Airlines painted over its logo on the charred remains of a burnt-out plane as investigators today sifted through the debris to find out why the jet blew up moments afte ...  | Read.. 
 
Riot police kick a protester before arresting him on the Dhaka University campus. (AFP)
Dhaka curfew after more clashes
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Benazir details Pervez deal
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto detailed for the first time a plan to keep President Musharr..  | Read.. 
Renee has Clooney in a spin
George Clooney is back with his former girlfriend Renée Zellweger on the set of a new sports fi..  | Read..