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Schroeder narrow win to choke reforms
Germany faced the prospect of continued economic stagnation today after Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder won yesterday’s election with a reduced majority that narrowed his scope to implement painful reforms. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair’s hawkish missive to team
British Prime Minister Tony Blair told his ministerial team today there was “no doubt” Iraq was continuing to build weapons that could wreak havoc, making a forceful case for ...  | Read.. 
 
Ramallah siege talks fail
Israeli and Palestinian officials held their first talks today since the army laid siege to Yasser Arafat’s West Bank headquarters, but failed to end the four-day-old standof ...  | Read.. 
 
Chancellor mends ties with US
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, whose opposition to a US war with Iraq helped him win re-election, began mending ties today by announcing the departure of a controversia ...  | Read.. 
 
US President George W. Bush (centre) talks with an unidentified young girl during a baseball game on the South Lawn of the White House. (AFP)
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Emmy plays it safe with honour to old Friends
The Emmy awards played it safe last night, honouring an array of veteran shows, including Friend..  | Read.. 
Yoko battle for Lennon letters
John Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, went to court today in a battle with the former Beatle’s personal as..  | Read.. 
 
76 rebels killed in Nepal
Nepal said today soldiers had killed 76 Maoist rebels in se ...  | Read.. 

Tapes reveal Sharif prison horrors
Ahead of next month’s general elections in Pakistan, exiled ...  | Read.. 

Voters push communists back to the wall
The Berlin Wall, RIP 1989. The descendants of the Communist ...  | Read..