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Since 1st March, 1999
Commonwealth thwarts Pak re-entry
Commonwealth foreign ministers upheld Pakistan’s suspension from their organisation today, saying last month’s elections had not completed the transfer of power from military to civilian rule. ...  | Read.. 
Talks survive Tiger jail jolt
Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebels ended a second day of peace talks to end two decades of war today by agreeing to boost security measures in the volatile east of ...  | Read.. 
Peeved Putin muffles media
Russian deputies today approved tough new media curbs during “anti-terrorist” operations, giving authorities greater control over coverage of crises such as last week’s Mosco ...  | Read.. 
SMS spells ‘nitemare’ for English
The standard of written English is getting sloppy among students in Singapore due to the overwhelming popularity of the short message service, better known by its acronym SMS ...  | Read.. 
Jackie Chan and Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh at a news conference on Friday to condemn racy Hong Kong tabloid East Week for publishing a top ...  | Read
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Sharon woos Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon met his rival in the right-wing Likud party, Benjamin Netanyahu..  | Read.. 
Queen saves Di’s ‘rock’ from theft conviction
Princess Diana’s butler Paul Burrell was acquitted today of stealing her belongings after revelatio..  | Read..