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Decks cleared for dictator vs deposed
Pakistan’s supreme court ruled today that former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif can return home after seven years in exile in a decision he hailed as a victory against dictatorship. ...  | Read.. 
 
Man held for sending finger to Abe
A member of a Japanese Right-wing group was arrested today after he sent his severed little finger to the ruling party’s headquarters in protest at Prime Minister Shinzo ...  | Read.. 
 
Dhaka calm after violent days
Bangladesh’s army-backed interim government briefly relaxed a curfew today, allowing residents of the capital the chance to stock up on essentials and those stranded at ...  | Read.. 
 
A policeman kicks a man who violated curfew in Dhaka on Thursday. (AP)
Dhaka calm after violent days
Shadow on Gyanendra palaces, accounts
The Nepal multi-party government today decided to freeze all royal bank accounts and take over ..  | Read.. 
$370 for green card without expiry date
One million legal US residents whose green cards do not have expiry dates may soon have to pay $370..  | Read..