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Full-scale uprising in Egypt
DUBAI: The anti-government protests in Egypt which began on Tuesday have now snowballed into a full-scale uprising, as Egyptians prepare for the long-haul to bring down the 30-year-old dictatorship of President Hosni Mubarak. The revolt ...

Pakistan, Afghanistan bid to ramp up ties
Coordinated approach in talks with U.S

American staffer kills two Pakistanis in “self-defence”
ISLAMABAD: An American employee of the U.S. consulate in Lahore gunned down two motor-cyclists after they accosted him with guns at a traffic intersection. A pedestrian was killed by another vehicle of the consulate as it sought to rush to the ...

Flood levy in Australia criticised
SINGAPORE: Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Thursday announced “a one-off levy” to fund, partially, the reconstruction of roads, bridges, and ports which were heavily damaged in the recent floods across the ...

Stuxnet could have created Chernobyls, says Russia


Snowstorm hits U.S.
Washington: A massive snowstorm put a crimp in travel plans for thousands of U.S. air passengers and drivers, not even sparing President Barack Obama, who faced travel delays upon returning from a day trip to the U.S. Midwest. Hundreds ...

40 killed in Baghdad violence
Baghdad: A car bomb on Thursday ripped through a funeral tent in a mainly Shia area of Baghdad, the deadliest in a series of attacks that killed at least 40 people. The blasts were the latest in more than a week of bombings that have ...

Zuckerberg's fan page hacked
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Wednesday said a software “bug” let a hacker impersonate the social network's founder Mark Zuckerberg in a comment posted to his public fan page at the website. “A bug enabled status postings ...




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