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Since 1st March, 1999
Zardari free again, but plot thickens
The husband of Pakistani Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was freed today, a day after his re-arrest looked to have dimmed hopes for reconciliation with President Pervez Musharraf. ...  | Read.. 
Painkiller warning to arthritis sufferers
Hundreds of thousands of patients taking three brands of painkillers for arthritis were advised yesterday to see their doctors after new research raised fears of an incre ...  | Read.. 
Mosul spirals towards chaos
Mosul, the city that once ranked as the US military's greatest success story in Iraq, has become the scene of its heaviest setback following the death of 18 Americans in a me ...  | Read.. 
Rebels plan Kathmandu siege
Nepal's Maoist rebels said today they would indefinitely block vehicles travelling on two of the three main highways leading to the capital, raising fears of another serious ...  | Read.. 
Woody Allen and his wife Soon-Yi at a screening of his latest film Melinda et Melinda in Bordeaux, France. (AFP)
Minister rush
Guilt pangs
Taxi game
Japan confronts life without Godzilla
Could Tokyo finally be safe' Godzilla, the movie monster that terrorised the city in a series of fil..  | Read.. 
Citizens walk after car curfew
Citizens in one Alpine region of northern Italy have been walking or taking the bus to work since a..  | Read.. 
Trust George
In Washington, there are plenty of ways to say 'no comment, ...  | Read.. 

Yushchenko must win by wide margin
Liberal Viktor Yushchenko will need to win by a wide margin ...  | Read.. 

Mobile firms seek research on DNA harm
Two of the world's top mobile phone makers said more resear ...  | Read.. 

France bans sexist speech
France officially banned sexist and anti-gay speech today w ...  | Read.. 

Saudis recall envoy from Libya over plot
Saudi Arabia recalled its ambassador in Tripoli today over ...  | Read.. 

Yukos seeks US court help
Stricken Russian oil firm Yukos may ask a US judge today to ...  | Read..