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Since 1st March, 1999
Nepal army sacks 2 ‘lesbian’ soldiers
The Nepal army has sacked two women soldiers, charging them with being lesbians. ...  | Read.. 
Pervez: US law to hurt ties
President Pervez Musharraf said today that a US law linking aid to Pakistan to its progress in cracking down on al Qaida and Taliban militants has cast a shadow on the relati ...  | Read.. 
Raid on militant nests
Pakistani security forces, backed by helicopter gunships, attacked two militant hideouts near the border with Afghanistan today, killing at least 10 militants, the military s ...  | Read.. 
Glaucoma early warning for Alzheimer’s
A major link between Alzheimer’s and glaucoma has been discovered by British scientists that could lead to the eye disease being regarded as an early warning for dem ...  | Read.. 
Heathrow passengers wait 9 hours for luggage
Holidaymakers faced more airport misery yesterday as they were forced to endure nine-hour waits to reclaim their luggage at Heathrow. ...  | Read.. 
Georgia says Russia fired missile at village
Georgia accused Russia today of violating its airspace and firing a missile at a village deep in its territory, but Moscow denied carrying out an attack that renewed long-run ...  | Read.. 
An official examines the remains of the missile in Tsitelubani, Georgia. (AFP)
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Apple unveils thinner iMacs
Apple Inc unveiled a line of slimmer desktop computers today in a long-expected update of its iMac ..  | Read.. 
Pfeiffer star
She may be playing a villain in two summer movies, but Michelle Pfeiffer was all smiles and grace w..  | Read.. 
Legal action to declare Tintin racist
A Congolese student has launched legal action in Belgium to ...  | Read..