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Since 1st March, 1999
Maoist siege fuels price rise
An indefinite road blockade called by Nepalís Maoist rebels crippled transport across the mountainous nation for a second day today, triggering a rise in food prices, residents and a consumer group said. ...  | Read.. 
Milosevic body
The body of Slobodan Milosevic was flown to Serbia today for burial in his home town, almost five years after the former Yugoslav President was sent to The Hague to stand tri ...  | Read.. 
Azeri dog dies of flu
A dog has died of bird flu in Azerbaijan, a country on the crossroads of Europe and Asia where three people have already died from the virus, officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Bangla citadel found
Archaeologists in Bangladesh say they have uncovered part of a fortified citadel dating back to 450 BC that could have been a stopping off point along an ancient trade route. ...  | Read.. 
Baby wins right-to-live case
The parents of an 18-month-old boy with a terminal muscle-wasting disease won a legal battle today to stop doctors turning off the ventilator keeping him alive. ...  | Read.. 
Pak wild over Bush satire
President George W. Bush went home two weeks ago, but ever since his visit Pakistanis have been watching multiple daily repeats of an animated television satire of his meetin ...  | Read.. 
P FOR PERFECT: Natalie Portman at the premiere of V for Vendetta in New York. (AFP)
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China: 1 country, 3 systems
China will abjure economic reforms in its agricultural sector and instead focus on creating ..  | Read.. 
Ford whips up Indiana frenzy
Harrison Ford is ready to jump back into his favourite film role and begin shooting the fourth Indi..  | Read..