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Mass evacuations continued along Australia\'s Queensland coast on Sunday
As fears grew that Category Five Cyclone Hamish may move closer to the mainland.

Posted on: 10-03-2009
12000 American and 4,000 British troops to leave Iraq by September


Posted on: 10-03-2009
The wife of Zimbabwe\'s new Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has died in a car crash that also left the leader injured.
The couple was heading to Tsvangirai hometown in Buhera district to hold a rally on Sunday when their vehicle collided with a truck

Posted on: 08-03-2009
Pak draws up suspect list for Lahore attack
Pakistani authorities said on Friday they were making progress in the investigation of this week\'s attack on Sri Lanka\'s cricket team, with suspicion settling on home-grown militants.

Posted on: 06-03-2009
Australian umpires allege they were abandoned by security guards during Lahore attack


Posted on: 06-03-2009
ICC chief David Morgan has said that Pakistan cannot host international cricket unless it dramatically improves security.
His statement has put to doubt the 2011 World Cup in Pakistan.

Posted on: 04-03-2009
Rescuers saved dozens of whales and several dolphins stranded on a beach in the southern Australian island
The 194 pilot whales and half a dozen bottlenose dolphins became stranded on Naracoopa Beach on Tasmania\\\'s King Island on Sunday evening.

Posted on: 03-03-2009
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has vowed to continue seizing land from white farmers after a spate of \"farm invasions\" over the past month.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has vowed to continue seizing land from white farmers after a spate of \"farm invasions\" over the past month.

Posted on: 02-03-2009
Pakistan\'s foreign minister said on Wednesday that his country has asked the United States.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said in an interview that Pakistan, and not the United States, should control the missile strikes that have killed high-level extremists but also civilians.

Posted on: 27-02-2009
A mobile phone that breathes and has a heart beat is being developed in Germany.Researchers say it\'s part of a move to make mobiles more life-like.
A mobile phone which breathes, has a pulse, can be excited and then calmed down. It\'s a concept being developed by Fabian Hemmert of Telekom Laboratories in Berlin, a research arm of the German communication company.

Posted on: 26-02-2009
   
 

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