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Syria vote to put Obama presidency on line

It seems that everyone in Washington is talking about it except President Barack Obama: When Congress votes on the administration’s request to use military force in Syria, the future of his presidency could well be on the line....   | Read..
 

Satellite to probe lunar dust

An unmanned Minotaur 5 rocket blasted off from the Virginia coast yesterday to send a small Nasa science satellite on its way to the moon, officials said....   | Read..
 

Pak frees 7 Taliban detainees

Pakistan freed a group of Afghan Taliban today in an attempt to improve its troubled relations with the South Asian neighbour, but risked angering Afghanistan by not handing ...   | Read..
 

To hell and back with Bear Grylls

In his new series, Bear Grylls battles avalanches, barbecues, tarantulas and relies on his own urine in such increasingly inventive ways that his bladder really deserves ...   | Read..
 

UK relaxes immigration rules for students

The UK has relaxed its immigration rules giving greater flexibility to students and businesses that employ and sponsor international migrants, a move likely to benefit Indian...   | Read..
 
A man holds a poster showing former President George W. Bush putting on an Obama mask during a protest in Awkar, east of Beirut, on Saturday. (AP)
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US has dark side too: Hugh

Forget for a minute the Hugh Jackman of Broadway musicals and Les Miserables and X-Men...   | Read..

Change of guard in Australia

Australia’s conservative leader Tony Abbott swept into office in national elections today as ...   | Read..
 
 
 
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