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Paris suburbs burn, 80 hurt
French President Nicolas Sarkozy will summon senior aides to a security meeting when he returns from China tomorrow, after a second night of violence in Paris suburbs left around 80 police hurt. ...  | Read.. 
 
A boy’s best friend: python
While many children might wish to curl up with a dog or cat, a young Cambodian boy prefers to spend his time with a 4.8-metre-long python. ...  | Read.. 
 
Malaysia PM warns protesters
Malaysia threatened today to use a tough colonial-era security law, which allows years of detention without trial, to stop a wave of street protests that have rocked the nati ...  | Read.. 
 
Smoke horror
One third of people who breath in high levels of second-hand smoke have damage to their lungs similar to that seen in smokers, doctors reported yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Student rises to teacher aid
A seven-year-old Sudanese student today defended the British teacher accused of insulting Islam saying he had chosen to call a teddy bear Mohammad because it was his own name ...  | Read.. 
 
Cheney treated for heart ailment
US Vice-President Dick Cheney, who has a history of heart problems, was treated with an electric shock for an irregular heartbeat discovered during a doctor’s visit yest ...  | Read.. 
 
Actress Eva Longoria at a basketball game in Sacramento, California. (AP)
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Chaos reigns at Oxford debate
Protesters broke through a security cordon and forced their way into the Oxford Union where Nic..  | Read.. 
Bush welcomes Gore to Oval Office
It must be the season. President Bush tried yesterday to make peace between the Israelis and th..  | Read..