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Bulgaria govt quits after violent stir over rising prices
  Bulgaria\'s government resigned on Wednesday after violent nationwide protests against high power prices, joining a long list of European administrations felled by austerity during Europe\'s debt crisis. Prime Minister Boiko Borisov, a former bodygua...
North Koreaís video shows Obama, US troops in flames
  Pyongyang: North Korea has released a new video showing US troops and President Barack Obama burning in flames. The propaganda video also says that US hostility pushed North Korea to carry out its recent nuclear test.  The vi...
Brussels diamond heist: Robbers disguised as cops
  Brussels: The machine-gun-toting men who stole $50 million worth of diamonds from a Brink\'s armoured truck at Brussels international airport were wearing police uniforms, Belgian prosecutors said Tuesday. The assailants pulled off the robbery i...
Pakistanís Hazara Shias begin burying Quetta blast victims
  Quetta: Five days after 90 people were killed in deadly Quetta blasts, Hazara Shias began burying the dead in Hazara Town graveyard on Wednesday as Pakistan government had detained 170 and killed four militants in a ‘targeted operation’ a...
Pak\'s Shia refuse to bury dead;want army control
  Islamabad Pakistan\'s minority Shia Hazara community has said it will not bury dozens of people killed in a devastating bombing in Quetta till the army takes control of the southwestern city to prevent further terrorist attacks.Hundreds of Shias...
Pak, China ink deal to handover Gwadar port to Chinese firm
  Islamabad Pakistan and China today signed an agreement to hand over control of the strategic Gwadar deep sea port to a Chinese company, with President Asif Ali Zardari saying the move would give new impetus to bilateral relations and economic co...
Hugo Chavez back to Venezuela after two months in Cuba
  Caracas: Four days after the Venezuelan government released his pictures to the public, President Hugo Chavez has finally arrived in his homeland after a hiatus of two months. Though, Chavez has not appeared in public yet as he is in Caracas&rsq...
Pope Benedict XVI calls for Roman Catholic Church to \'renew\', thousands flock to Angelus
  VATICAN CITY: Pope Benedict XVI called on the Roman Catholic Church and its faithful on Sunday to \"renew themselves\" as tens of thousands of pilgrims and tourists attended his penultimate Angelus prayers.  \"The church calls on all its member...
Maldives\' judicial watchdog denies making anti-India remarks
  Maldives has said a forged letter of the Judicial Services Commission was used by elements inimical to India to attack the Indian High Commissioner here in the midst of a controversy over former President Mohamed Nasheed taking refuge in the Indian M...
Assange sees legal defence in politics
  Canberra: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange regards his bid to become an Australian senator as a defence against potential criminal prosecution in the United States and Britain, a news website reported Monday. Assange spoke to The Conversation we...
 
 
 
           
 
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