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China “incredibly important” for U.K.
LONDON: Britain and China were expected to sign business deals worth billions of pounds as Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on Sunday embarked on a three-day tour of Britain with a visit to Shakespeare's birthplace Stratford-Upon-Avon to ...

Eastern destinations to propel Sri Lankan tourism growth
BATTICALOA: Several hotel projects and tourism-related infrastructure are fast coming up in Eastern Sri Lanka, once ravaged by war, to propel the country to surpass its last year's tourist arrivals by a wide margin. East Sri Lanka has ...

Chinese activist Hu Jia freed
BEIJING: One of China's most prominent activists, Hu Jia, was reunited with his family early on Sunday after serving three-and-a-half-years in jail on subversion charges, but he needed rest and was not ready to speak in public, his wife ...

Russian billionaire elected head of pro-business party


LulzSec hacker group says Internet rampage over
SAN FRANCISCO: The Lulz Security hacker group said on Saturday that it has ended an Internet rampage that included cyberattacks on videogame companies, police and even the CIA's website. “For the past 50 days, we've been disrupting ...

Yemen protesters want President's sons to leave
SANA'A: Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters rallied across Yemen on Sunday, demanding that President Ali Abdullah Saleh's powerful sons and other members of his inner circle leave the country. Mr. Saleh is currently in ...

Bond star Daniel Craig weds Rachel Weisz
LOS ANGELES: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, who play husband and wife in an upcoming film, have taken the roles to heart.
Brazil's Graziano elected FAO chief
ROME: Jose Graziano da Silva of Brazil has been elected Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation, the U.N. agency tasked with reducing world hunger at a time of record high food prices. Mr. Graziano, currently FAO's ...

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