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Oxford college twin tragedies on same day
Exeter College in Oxford was in mourning today after two of its undergraduates died on Monday evening from what were said to be unrelated causes at the city’s John Radcliffe Hospital. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez to quit army this month
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said today that he expects to step down as army chief by the end of November and begin a new presidential term as a civilian. ...  | Read.. 
 
Strike slows France to a crawl
Striking transport workers slowed France to a crawl today, taking on President Nicolas Sarkozy in a pivotal standoff over his bid to strip away labour protections he says are ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal denies UN wider role
The Koirala government today ruled out expanding the role of the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) beyond the management of arms and armies of Maoists and the Nepal ...  | Read.. 
 
Strong earthquake rattles Chile
A powerful 7.7 quake hit mineral-rich northern Chile today, injuring some people and damaging buildings in and around Antofagasta, a coastal city that is the country’s m ...  | Read.. 
 
Saddam ‘confessed’ over coffee
America has used some highly questionable methods to glean information from suspects during the war on terror, but with its most famous detainee it deployed coffee, West ...  | Read.. 
 
Singer Celine Dion performs at NBC’s Today show in New York on Wednesday. (AP)
Radical cubs catch & hand Imran over
Fugitive Opposition leader Imran Khan surfaced at a student demonstration against emergency rule to..  | Read.. 
Google bells
There are scores of eligible Google millionaires, but as of next month, both its famed billionaire ..  | Read..