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- Ahmadinejad offers to be an observer at US presidential elec
- US defense chief urges greater use of 'soft power'
- Cheney's Heart Restored to Normal Rhythm
- Bush, Gore to talk about climate in White House
- US markets plunge on mortgage, credit woes
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Obama ramps up political donations
Obama ramps up political donations
- Missing baroque masterpiece is discovered in pizza restauran
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- Meredith Kercher's housemate 'left blood at death scene'
- Ancient ruins cast a romantic spell on couple of royal touri
- Mugabe hides inflation behind bare shelves
- Zimbabwe's presence threatens EU-African summit
 A earthmover is used to shovel coal onto trucks at a mine near Changzhi, Shanxi, China, Tuesday, hg3
SA coal sales to India seen rising 30-fold this year
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- Santa as a sex toy? I should cacao
- Taslima wins ally in Hindu leader
- Afghan officials accused of negligence
- Hilal-e-Pakistan conferred on former Chinese vice-PM
- Textile sector seeks more R&D funds despite falling exports
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 Shri Kuldeep Sinha, Chief Producer, Films Division and Director of Mumbai International Film Festival addressing a press conference at Black Box, Kala Academy during the 37th International Film Festival (IFFI-2006) in Panaji, Goa on November 26, 2006. tp1
'Bell,' 'Juno' Top Indie Film Spirit Awards
- Choreography of a handshake
- Talks provide a return to the international stage for Tony B
- Baghdad book market turns the page
- The battle against extremism
- By Pervez Hoodbhoy 11/28/2007
- Reactions to Annapolis statement
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YouTube pulls plug on Egypt activist over brutal videos
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- Rafael Benitez turns his attention to progress after politic
- Brazil to destroy stadium where 7 died in collapse
- Morales defiant as protests leave 4 dead
- Venezuela recalls envoy to Colombia
- Is Chavez Hurt by His Incessant Insults?
- Farmers urge Brazilian beef ban
 Peru´s former President Alberto Fujimori speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at his private residence, where he is under house arrest, in Chicureo, Chile, Wednesday, June 27, 2007. Fujimori, who also has Japanese citizenship, has accepted an offer to run in Japan´s parliamentary elections next month, a member of his political party in Peru confirmed Wednesday. (AP Photo/Santiago Llanquin) (js1)
Peru court sentences coup backers
- Sudan: Teacher in Bear Case May Be Freed
- Experience gives South Africa the edge
- Zuma, a catalyst for change
- Mugabe to attend EU-Africa summit
- IT Salary Gap Widens As Jobseekers Eye Sector
- Fresh Produce Growers in Search of New Markets
 People returning home use all types of modes of transport. In the Ogaden desert in the early 1980s, camels were a favored means of covering huge distances (nn1)
UN to visit Ethiopia trouble spot
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- Celebrity chef John Burton Race gets out of jungle to find w
- Gary Kirsten to be named India coach
- Defeat not solely due to IR: Bishop
- Mighell 'won't be rejoining Labor Party'
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- Cyber security boost at Parliament House
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Sops to sugar exporters WTO-compliant: Nath
- Bahamas Ratifies Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
- Hurricane season mild for U.S. but not elsewhere
- Official says Cuban economy will stay strong, grow 10 percen
- Jamaican Olympic champion McKenley dies aged 85
- Beauty queen's gowns, makeup spiked
- Herb McKenley, of Jamaica's Olympic gold medal relay team, d
 ** FILE ** Pakistan´s cricket coach Bob Woolmer, right, comforts Imran Nazir after Pakistan lost to West Indies in the Cricket World Cup group D match in Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica, in this March 13, 2007 file photo. Woolmer, 58, died in hospital on Sunday, March 18, 2007 soon after being found unconscious in his hotel room, a Pakistan team spokesman said. (gm1)
Coroner found bruises on Woolmer's neck