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Since 1st March, 1999
Musharraf names successor, MPs quit
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf named his successor as army chief today as 100 Opposition MPs resigned to protest against the President’s bid to seek re-election. ...  | Read.. 
Benazir cases
Top Pakistani government officials today agreed to grant exiled former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto an amnesty from prosecution in corruption cases pending against her, a ca ...  | Read.. 
Airports alert for remote toys
Airport screeners will be taking a closer look at remote-control toys in carry-on luggage because of the possibility that they might be capable of detonating bombs, US offici ...  | Read.. 
Brown to bring more troops home
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced today that 500 more soldiers would be home from the unpopular war in Iraq by the end of the year, fuelling speculation he may so ...  | Read.. 
Last Seduction inspires plot
A stripper who manipulated a lover into murdering her fiancé was simply following the plot of a Hollywood thriller with which she was fixated, a court has heard. ...  | Read.. 
Guard blow to Gyanendra
The Nepali government is to withdraw half of the 2,000 soldiers guarding King Gyanendra’s sprawling palace after his controversial trip to a temple to seek blessings fro ...  | Read.. 
US actress Linda Fiorentino in a scene from The Last Seduction
Last Seduction inspires plot
Unkind model
Rice grilled at Harlem school
Grilled by elementary school children yesterday, US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice replied tha..  | Read.. 
Britney to lose sons
A judge has ordered Britney Spears to turn over custody of her two young sons to her ex-husband..  | Read.. 
Vienna US embassy ‘intruder’ arrested
Austrian police are investigating the motive of the Bosnian ...  | Read.. 

Korea leaders in historic talks
South Korea’s President arrived in Pyongyang today to ...  | Read..