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Since 1st March, 1999
Thin exit poll lead for Benazir party
Pakistanis voted today in the first general election since General Pervez Musharraf seized power in a 1999 coup, with at least six people killed and more than 40 wounded in scattered clashes between supporters of rival parties. ...  | Read.. 
US murder revives sniper scare
Police investigating the shooting death of a man at a Virginia gas station today said it was too early to say whether an elusive sniper in the Washington area had murdered hi ...  | Read.. 
House arms Bush for strike
The US House of Representatives today voted to grant President George W. Bush the power he wants to launch a military attack on Iraq, a step the Senate was expected to follow ...  | Read.. 
Tiananmen ‘black hand’ term ends
Chinese dissident Chen Ziming, labelled a “black hand” behind-the-scenes organiser of 1989 pro-democracy protests in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, ended 13 years in jail and un ...  | Read.. 
Singer Christine Aguilera poses during the launch of her new album Dirrty. (Reuters)
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Hillary’s memoirs await chapter on Monica
Hillary Clinton’s memoirs are set for worldwide publication next June — but she has still not penne..  | Read.. 
Hawke’s right choice is not for Uma’s eyes
For Hollywood star Ethan Hawke, writing novels is more rewarding than making movies — even if he d..  | Read.. 
Literature Nobel for Holocaust survivor
Hungarian novelist and Auschwitz survivor Imre Kertesz won ...  | Read..