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Singed & hot, US opts for low-key July 4

Americans observed their 236th independence day in an uncharacteristically low-key fashion today with millions of people in its mid-west to mid-Atlantic region baking in scorching temperatures without electricity or air-conditioning for the fifth day running....   | Read..
 

First image of Watts as Diana released

Movie company Ecosse Films today released the first image of British-born actress Naomi Watts in the role of Princess Diana in an upcoming biopic of the late royal, Diana...   | Read..
 

Twitter helps search for dog that took Dublin train

When Patch hopped aboard the train to Dublin, it took the power of Twitter to reunite the dog with his owner....   | Read..
 

British comedian Sykes dead

Eric Sykes, one of Britain’s best-loved comedians who forged a career in entertainment by writing for others, has died, his manager said today. He was 89....   | Read..
 

5 killed in German hostage standoff

A 53-year-old German gunman facing eviction shot dead four people before committing suicide in an apartment in the southern city of Karlsruhe today, police said....   | Read..
 

Protests planned over Nato supply lines

Pakistan’s Right-wing, religious and banned organisations today called countrywide protests and a long march against the government’s decision to re-open the ...   | Read..
 
A girl cools off under a fountain in Washington. (Reuters)
Singed & hot, US opts for low-key July 4

Offshore assets hint at larger Mitt wealth

For nearly 15 years, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s financial portfolio has ...   | Read..

China backpedals after protests

China’s days as the place to do cheap but dirty mining and manufacturing may not be over,...   | Read..