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Lahore protest banned, Benazir defiant
Pakistani Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto will not be allowed to hold a motorcade procession planned tomorrow from Lahore to protest against emergency rule, a government official said. ...  | Read.. 
 
President’s survival tied to elections: US
The Bush administration is betting that President Pervez Musharraf can survive the crisis in Pakistan if he moves decisively to lift emergency rule and hold elections ove ...  | Read.. 
 
Flying Palace for Saudi royal
European planemaker Airbus named today Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal as the first private buyer of an A380 superjumbo, the world’s largest passenger airlin ...  | Read.. 
 
Court heat on Australia spy agency
A judge accused Australia’s main spy agency today of falsely imprisoning a Pakistani-born Australian citizen, who faced terrorism-related charges that were later dropped ...  | Read.. 
 
Hollywood misreads response to terror war
Hollywood has misjudged the public’s appetite for films about Iraq and the war on terror as a slew of new movies have flopped at the box office. ...  | Read.. 
 
Armitage regrets Plame leak
Former deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage says he was foolish to have revealed the identity of a CIA employee. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Another reason to love curves
Nigella Lawson’s voluptuous curves have given her a legion of male admirers, but a new aca..  | Read.. 
Armitage regrets Plame leak
Former deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage says he was foolish to have revealed the identity..  | Read.. 
 
Russia spill
Long stretches of Russia’s Black Sea coast face an eco ...  | Read.. 

UN envoy visits key Yangon jail
UN human rights envoy to Myanmar Paulo Sergio Pinheiro toda ...  | Read..