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Suicide attacks kill 48 in Iraq
Members of government-backed militia targeted
World celebrates as Mandela turns 92
JOHANNESBURG: Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first African-origin President, turned 92 on Sunday, as the world celebrated the first international day in his honour. World leaders united in wishing the anti-apartheid icon well on his ...
OSCE police force for Kyrgyzstan
MOSCOW: The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will send a 52-strong police force to Kyrgyzstan to help restore order in the country's southern regions rocked by bloody ethnic clashes last month. The decision to ...
New Constitution timeline in Nepal
KATHMANDU: After failing to deliver a Constitution by the earlier stipulated date of May 28, 2010, Nepal's Constituent Assembly has pledged to finish the job by mid April 2011. On Sunday, the CA endorsed an amendment bill and a new ...
U.K. rules out burqa ban as “un-British”
ROCKING THE AUTOBAHN
Two million people join highway party
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