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Russia, Germany unite to save Opel
The global re-ordering of the auto industry took a big step forward yesterday as an unlikely alliance led by Magna International, a Canadian auto parts maker, and Sberbank of Russia tentatively agreed to buy the European operations of General Motors. ...  | Read.. 
 
Army in control of Mingora: Pak
Pakistan’s army today said that it had taken full control of Mingora, the most populous city in the Swat Valley, scoring a significant victory against Taliban forces ...  | Read.. 
 
Leno bids farewell to TV show
Jay Leno bid farewell to The Tonight Show yesterday, ending his 17-year run as host with a finale that stayed true to the style that made him the top-rated performer ...  | Read.. 
 
Rejected in love, Iraqi men plant bombs
This is how an Iraq courtship works: Boy meets girl. They exchange glances and text messages, the limit of respectable courting here. Then boy asks girl’s father for ...  | Read.. 
 
Cuckoo on red list, silent spring likely in Britain
The cuckoo’s distinctive song, which heralds spring in Britain, may be heard less and less after the bird was placed on the endangered list today. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Harry follows in Di footsteps
It wasn’t exactly what the British press had flown 5,632km to see: Prince Harry upstaged ...  | Read.. 
Harvard oath: greed not good
When a new crop of future business leaders graduates from the Harvard Business...  | Read..