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Tuesday , January 15 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

Rebels seize Mali town: France

The French defence ministry said today that a town in central Mali had fallen to Islamist insurgents from the north, hours after foreign minister Laurent Fabius said his country’s dramatic intervention there had succeeded in blocking a rebel advance that could have had “appalling co...   | Read..

Argo sinks Pi at Globes

Iran hostage drama Argo scored a sweet double victory at the Golden Globe awards yesterday, winning best movie drama — the night’s top prize — and be...   | Read..

Hollande firm hand polishes image

President François Hollande of France has regularly been criticised as indecisive, even complacent. But the events of the last few days will go some way towards changing his ...   | Read..

Silvio’s Ruby in court

The Moroccan woman at the centre of former Premier Silvio Berlusconi’s sex-for-hire trial was in court today to testify as a witness for the first time....   | Read..

Apple halves iPhone 5 screen orders

Apple Inc has cut orders for LCD screens and other parts for the iPhone 5 this quarter due to weak demand, the Nikkei daily reported today, in a further sign that the ...   | Read..

Newspaper reports slam China pollution

Chinese media said today that the government had to take urgent action to tackle air pollution, which has blanketed parts of the country at dangerous levels in recent days, a...   | Read..
A French Rafale fighter jet lands in Ndjamena, Chad, before being deployed in Mali. (Reuters)
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Baloch govt sacked

The ruling Pakistan People’s Party government has imposed governorruler in the restive so...   | Read..

Cleric sparks Pak protests

Thousands of Pakistanis fed up with a government they say is corrupt and indifferent to the plight ...   | Read..