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Since 1st March, 1999
Two judges killed in Dhaka bomb blast
Two Bangladeshi judges were killed today when a suspected Islamic militant threw a bomb at their car, triggering widespread protests, police and witnesses said. ...  | Read.. 
US drop
The number of foreign students enrolled in American universities declined slightly in the 2004-5 academic year, according to a survey to be released today, suggesting tha ...  | Read.. 
Russian held in spy probe
The head of a Russian rocket and space technology company has been arrested on espionage charges and accused of delivering sensitive technology to China in violation of state ...  | Read.. 
Angry mob forces French minister to flee
Nicolas Sarkozyís image as the tough French interior minister facing down the rioters suffered a blow when he was forced to shelter from angry youths in central Paris. ...  | Read.. 
Putin shuffle sparks race
Russian President Vladimir Putin promoted his two closest allies ' his chief-of-staff and his defence minister ' in a government reshuffle today that made both of them strong ...  | Read.. 
UK jump
Many of Britainís younger generation of ethnic minorities have broken class barriers and now get managerial jobs faster than their white counterparts, according to resea ...  | Read.. 
US actor Sienna Miller at the premiere of her new film Casanova in Hollywood. (Reuters)
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Fatal twist to flu drug
Japanís Chugai Pharmaceutical Company said today it has told the government that two teenage ..  | Read.. 
Mexico, Venezuela sucked into big-two mess
Venezuela today ordered its ambassador recalled from Mexico in an escalating diplomatic dispute bet..  | Read..