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Grab from Pakistani TV of people being treated after a suspected suicide bombing, 1 January 2010
A suspected suicide bomber strikes at a volleyball pitch in north-west Pakistan, killing at least 40 people, officials say.

Mousavi 'ready to die' for reform
Opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi says he is ready to die for Iranian reform, days after his nephew was killed in protests.

Early European's DNA analysed
Scientists have analysed DNA extracted from the remains of a 30,000-year-old European hunter-gatherer.

Opposition welcomes British PM’s Letter
The leading Burmese opposition party today congratulated British ...
Dhaka pushes for delimitation of maritime boundary
The delimitation of maritime boundaries between neighboring countries is ...
Drugs worth US$ 15 million seized in Thailand
Thai authorities nabbed two drug dealers and seized narcotic drugs ...
US marks Burmese Independence Day, reaffirming new Burma approach
The United State remains ready to improve ties with ...

Yunnan Journalists on Trial


Chinese authorities pursue criminal charges against two reporters.

Clashes Over Tainted Drug Claim


A Chinese company is accused of spreading HIV/AIDS.

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