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Since 1st March, 1999
Benazir barred from filing papers
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto lost another round in her comeback bid today when election officials said she could not contest October polls as she had been convicted of failing to answer corruption charges. ...  | Read.. 
Gangrape victim faces threats
Hours before the verdict in a high-profile gangrape trial in Pakistan in which 14 men face the death penalty, the victim said she had been threatened with revenge if they wer ...  | Read.. 
Kenya revolt crushed
Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi sacked his long-serving vice-president today, moving to crush an unprecedented revolt from his once-trusted allies over his choice of success ...  | Read.. 
Saddam not like Taliban, says Iraq
Iraq said today the US would not be able to bring down President Saddam Hussein the same way it toppled Afghanistan’s Taliban, as Washington pressed ahead with the case for a ...  | Read.. 
Italian fashion designer Valentino and US actress Gwyneth Paltrow in Venice on Thursday. (AP/PTI)
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Bed-time marathon for art’s and safety’s sake
A naked couple has taken to bed in the front window of a London art gallery for a week in the name ..  | Read.. 
Man arrested on flight from Pak
British police said today they had arrested a man on a flight from Pakistan to Canada as it refuell..  | Read.. 
Kennedy kin gets life for murder
Kennedy family relative Michael Skakel was sentenced yester ...  | Read.. 

Malaysia under fire for infant deaths
About 1,500 Filipinos, looking gaunt and famished, sailed h ...  | Read.. 

US faces $4-bn EU sanctions
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruled today the European ...  | Read.. 

Hasina convoy attacked
Nearly 100 people armed with sticks and stones attacked a c ...  | Read.. 

Putin rejects scarf appeal by Muslims
Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected an appeal today f ...  | Read..