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Initial backing for Mursi charter

President Mohamed Mursi has won initial backing from Egyptians for a new Constitution that he hopes will steer the country out of crisis, but which opponents say is an Islamist charter that tramples on minority rights....   | Read..
 

Kim wife pregnant, suggests TV footage

Television footage of the wife of Kim Jung-un, the leader of North Korea, suggests that Pyongyang may be close to making a happy announcement....   | Read..
 

10 Afghan girls killed in blast

An exploding bomb or landmine killed ten young girls as they were gathering firewood outside their village in eastern Afghanistan this morning, an official said. ...   | Read..
 

Obama to use ‘whatever power’ to curb guns

President Obama vowed today to “use whatever power this office holds” to stop massacres like the slaughter at the school here that shocked the nation, hinting...   | Read..
 

Chinese buy ‘2m iPhones in 3 days’

Apple has sought to counter speculation that the iPhone 5 received a lukewarm reception in the Chinese market by revealing it sold two million handsets in the first three...   | Read..
 
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