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Gaga over Kaka


Dozens of delirious AC Milan supporters took to the streets of the city late Monday to herald the return of Brazilian midfielder Kaka following his arrival from Real Madrid.

Spanish government prepares new abortion law

Spain’s justice minister says the conservative government will present by the end of October its proposed changes to the country’s abortion law, with the amendments expected to introduce new restrictions on pregnancy terminations.

British police probe new Diana murder claim

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British police said on Saturday they were examining new information about the 1997 death of Diana, princess of Wales, reportedly including an allegation that she was murdered by a British military figure.

Hungarian top Nazi war crimes suspect dies


A 98-year-old Hungarian who topped the dwindling list of surviving Nazi war crimes suspects has died in hospital while awaiting trial for allegedly sending 12,000 Jews to the death camps.

Britain issues forced marriage alert

The British government on Saturday warned teachers, doctors and airport staff to be on alert for a rise in forced marriages over the school summer holidays.

Pakistani envoy does U-turn on Dawood Ibrahim

In a flip-flop, Islamabad’s point man for Track-II dialogue with India, Shahryar Khan, has made a U-turn on his remarks acknowledging the presence in Pakistan of one of India’s most wanted terrorists Dawood Ibrahim.

Coach to take strong action against Suarez


Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has reportedly been angered by Luis Suarez’s outburst, and said that he will take ‘strong, decisive action’ as there has been a ‘total disrespect of the club’ which h

Australia, England up for Street fight


England will bid to complete the second half of their Ashes mission when they face arch-rivals Australia in the fourth Test at Chester-le-Street starting Friday.

Scotland Yard apologises over death of man in G20 protest


Ending a four-year legal battle, the Scotland Yard Monday apologised “unreservedly” and reached an out-of-the-court settlement with the family of a newspaper vendor who was killed during protests against the G20 summit here.

Topless activists enter Russian embassy in Sweden

Two topless activists climbed over a fence into the Russian embassy in Stockholm to protest against the country’s anti-gay bill and stigmatisation of homosexuals.

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