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Chavez re-elected in calm of Caracas

Hugo Chavez, Latin America’s inheritor of Fidel Castro’s legacy, was re-elected Venezuela’s President last night with a comfortable 54.4 per cent of votes, guaranteeing that his Bolivarian Socialist revolution will extend to at least 20 years with a new six-year mandate....   | Read..
 

Nasheed arrested for flouting ban

Maldives police arrested and detained former President Mohamed Nasheed today for ignoring a court summons and a travel ban, moves that could trigger further protests by suppo...   | Read..
 

Nobel for stem cell experts

Scientists from Britain and Japan shared a Nobel Prize today for the discovery that adult cells can be transformed back into embryo-like stem cells that may one day re-grow t...   | Read..
 

2 charged with attack on Brar

Two men were charged by Scotland Yard early today in connection with the attack on retired Lt Gen. Kuldip Singh Brar in central London on September 30....   | Read..
 
Chavez re-elected in calm of Caracas