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Since 1st March, 1999
Rising from conflict, women in charge
Liberia’s Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf took office as Africa’s first elected woman President today, backed by a strong show of US support and vowing to fight graft and rebuild her country after years of war. ...  | Read.. 
Chile: End of violent era
Chile elected socialist Michelle Bachelet to be its first woman President yesterday, making her only the second woman elected to head a South American state as Latin America ...  | Read.. 
Laura remarks please Rice
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice said today she was flattered that First Lady Laura Bush thought she would make a good President, but her response is still “thanks ...  | Read.. 
Night curfew in Kathmandu
Fearing Maoist violence in Kathmandu in the next few days, the district administration today imposed a curfew in certain areas of the valley from 11 pm to 4 am starting from ...  | Read.. 
Saddam judge stays adamant
The chief judge in the trial of Saddam Hussein is standing by his resignation and efforts by Iraqi officials to dissuade him were not expected to reach a conclusion today, a ...  | Read.. 
China unrest curbed
China has sealed off a village in southern Guangdong province after days of protests over land grabs ended at the weekend in clashes with police that killed a teenage girl, t ...  | Read.. 
Kisses of Fire: Catherine Zeta Jones blows a kiss to photographers in Tokyo where she is promoting her film The Legend of Zorro. (AP)
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India woos US blacks
Even as President George W Bush is preparing to travel to New Delhi, India has launched a major..  | Read.. 
Delhi gloves off after Tehran taunt
Irked by Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani’s reference to India’s nuclear programme..  | Read.. 
Australia to probe Iraq wheat exports
The government opened an inquiry today into whether Austral ...  | Read..