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It is not surprising that in our galaxy of 100 million million stars, a few stand out as odd and do not follow the usual pattern of stellar behaviour.
DONGZHOUKENG, China (Reuters) - Riot police patrolled a southern Chinese township where tension prevailed on Monday nearly a week after demonstrations over land compensation were ended by police opening fire on protesters.
Thousands are streaming into Hong Kong for the start of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial conference tomorrow. The last such meeting collapsed in acrimony at Cancun. Will the rifts between rich and poor countries erupt again, and how will the thousands of NGOs that are present respond as the events unfold?
B>Y/B>ULETIDE may be weeks away but the red and green coloured banners as well as decorations lent a festive air to the International Women's Association (IWA)'s Christmas charity bazaar.
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Thousands of mourners flooded central Tehran on Thursday for a funeral ceremony for at least 108 people killed in Tuesday's plane crash that the families of victims have blamed on poor safety procedures.
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Thousands of mourners flooded central Tehran on Thursday for a funeral ceremony for more than 100 people killed in a plane crash that the families of victims have blamed on poor safety procedures.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - From the Strategy for Victory in Iraq to
Germany cannot afford to be complacent about preparations for the 2006 World Cup after a renewed outbreak of crowd trouble at the weekend, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said on Monday.
B>W/B>ITH a nod and a blink of the eyes, the Chinese 'woman' in flowing robe with streaming sleeves seemed to beckon the audience from her high vantage point to admire her beauty.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The looming execution of a young Australian drug smuggler in Singapore on Friday has seemingly polarised Australians, many of whom still support capital punishment.