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Huge march against n-power in Japan
TOKYO: Thousands of people marched in Tokyo Sunday to demand an end to nuclear power in Japan and a switch to alternative energy after the crisis at an atomic plant hit by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Brandishing placards bearing ...

Thailand, Cambodia in war of words
SINGAPORE: The sound of gunfire along the Thai-Cambodia border on Sunday appeared to have fallen silent, at least for the moment, after an emphatic call by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for “immediate measures for an ...

Indo-Canadian MP up in arms
Toronto: An Indo-Canadian opposition MP has alleged that his Conservative rival has enlisted Ripudaman Singh Malik, one of the men acquitted in the 1985 bombing case of Air India's Kanishka flight, into her campaign for the May 2 general ...

Stinking flower blooms
GENEVA: Thousands have flocked to Swiss city of Basel to see a giant, stinky flower bloom for the first time. The amorphophallus titanum, or corpse flower, is in full glory before the bloom wilts on Sunday. The plant is 17 years old and ...

Russia offers to mediate on Libya
MOSCOW: Russia has agreed to mediate in the Libyan conflict if government troops halt their attacks on Misrata and implement the United Nations resolutions, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Libyan Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi Ali ...

Kaspersky's son freed from kidnappers
Moscow: The kidnapped son of Russian software mogul Yevgeny Kaspersky was freed in an operation carried out near Moscow, said the city police on Sunday. Ivan Kaspersky (20), the son of the famous computer security software company ...

A curse and a blessing for the Hualapai
GRAND CANYON WEST (Arizona): Think of a Caribbean glass-bottomed boat hung out over the edge of the Grand Canyon and you have the idea behind the Skywalk, a modern, vertigo-inducing moneymaker that is drawing hundreds of thousands of people ...

Prospect of precarious housing in Haiti
Many crammed into small homes

Pope celebrates Easter Mass
Vatican City: Pope Benedict XVI contrasted war and hunger with the joy of Easter Sunday and issued a ringing call for diplomacy to prevail over fighting in Libya, for nations to welcome refugees from conflict and for West Asia leaders to ...




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