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Libyan leader Gaddafi vows to fight until death


Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi defiantly vowed to fight to the death in an audio recording broadcast on Tuesday after NATO military craft unleashed a ferocious series of nearly 30 daytime airstrikes on

Street battles in Yemeni capital leave 41 dead


Republican Guard shelling and pre-dawn street battles between government forces and rival tribal fighters killed at least 41 people in the capital today.

There were growing signs of disarray in

Report: UK ordered 'virginity tests' on migrants

Newly discovered documents indicate that the British government concealed how often it administered so-called 'virginity tests' to female immigrants from India hoping to enter the country in the 1970s

The 'flow' of Rs 200 crore to Kalaignar TV and back

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To cover up Rs 200 crore 'illegal' gratification made to Kalaignar TV, agreements were executed after lodging of FIR in the 2G scam and money was channelled back to its source on A. Raja's resignati

Egypt detains ex-president's sons in probe

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Egyptian prosecutors ordered the detention of the former president's powerful sons for 15 days as allegations of corruption and the abuse of their authority are investigated, state television said

US federal judge, 103, still hearing legal cases

In a courtroom in Wichita, Kansas, the day begins much as it has for the past 49 years: Court is in session, US District Judge Wesley Brown presiding. But what happens next is no longer routine; it's

Two killed in Germany shootout

Frankfurt, Germany: A gunman fired shots at US military personnel on a bus outside Frankfurt airport on Wednesday, killing two people and wounding two before being taken into custody, authorities said

Libyan diplomats disown Gadhafi

United Nations: Key Libyan diplomats disowned Moammar Gadhafi's regime and the country's deputy UN ambassador called on the longtime ruler to step down because of its bloody crackdown on protesters.

England beats Australia, clinch Ashes

Sydney: England clinched its first test series victory in Australia in 24 years by wrapping up the fifth and final match by an innings and 83 runs today to take the Ashes series 3-1.

The Sydney Cr

Plot to kill Afghan vice-president foiled

Kabul: Two major attacks, a plot to assassinate the country's first vice president and a planned bombing near the president's palace, have been foiled by the Afghan intelligence services. Latifullah M

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