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U.S. switches off Havana ticker
It was smuggled through the U.S. diplomatic pouch, secretly installed across the facade of a building overlooking Havana and given a very specific mission: to annoy Cuban leader Fidel Castro. The scrolling electronic sign, a low-tech ...
Children trained as bombers rescued
There are many more, says Pakistan
Hu calls for greater ethnic unity
Develop areas inhabited by minority groups, says President
Sri Lanka to chair Group of Fifteen
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka has accepted the Chairmanship of the ‘Group of Fifteen’, a coalition of 18 developing countries established to develop potential for greater and mutually beneficial cooperation among developing countries, ...
A stolen car leaves party in Germany at a loss
Dubliners decry noisy dismantling of stage
DUBLIN: Dubliners angry over the round-the-clock dismantling of the huge stage used by U2 are mounting street protests. Managers warn that could jeopardise the Irish band’s next European gigs. U2 tour organisers hoped on Tuesday ...
Verdict in Suu Kyi trial on July 31
SINGAPORE: A special court in the premises of a high-security prison in Yangon has set July 31 for a verdict in the controversial trial of Myanmar’s celebrated democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Several world leaders have already ...
Washington’s passion for acting saved him from criminal life
London: Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington has revealed that he used to take part in petty crimes while growing up in a tough New York neighbourhood. And the 54-year-old actor believes that his ambition to become an actor saved him ...
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