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Since 1st March, 1999
Powell throws reforms punch at Putin
US secretary of state Colin Powell said today he was concerned that sweeping political changes to fight terrorism proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin would erode Russia's democratic reforms. ...  | Read.. 
4 civilians die in clashes
At least four civilians were killed and 15 wounded in clashes between Pakistani troops and al Qaida-linked militants, relatives said today. Imran Khan Shabikhel said his rela ...  | Read.. 
Punjab boost to general
The Punjab Assembly in Pakistan has adopted a resolution urging President Pervez Musharraf not to quit as army chief by the end of this year in the face of strong protests fr ...  | Read.. 
Ivan grazes past Cuba, heads towards US
Powerful Hurricane Ivan churned into the Gulf of Mexico today on a track for the US coast after ripping off roofs and downing trees and power lines as it grazed western Cuba. ...  | Read.. 
Band of brothers: Protesters dressed as a deer, fox and hare sail past the houses of parliament on a barge during an anti-hunting demonstration in London. The protest, organised by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, comes on the eve of a historic vote in parliament to ban hunting. (AFP)
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Pak House passes Bill on nuclear export controls
Pakistan's parliament passed a Bill today tightening controls on the export of nuclear and biologic..  | Read.. 
Jessica set for movies
Pop star Jessica Simpson has been cast as Daisy Duke in the big-screen remake of The Dukes of Ha..  | Read.. 
No rush to reload as US gun ban expires
A 10-year-old ban on assault weapons expired across the US ...  | Read.. 

Adultery rethink in Turkey
Turkey's two main parties signalled today the government ma ...  | Read.. 

Baghdad car bomb carnage
A huge car bomb blast tore through a crowded market close t ...  | Read..