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Since 1st March, 1999
UN nuke powers to get uncut Iraq dossier
The UN will give the US, Britain, France, Russia and China an uncut copy of Iraq’s arms dossier, in a reversal of an earlier Security Council decision, diplomats said. ...  | Read.. 
Heseltine slams Tory leader
A withering broadside today from a senior colleague against Britain’s Opposition leader piled more trouble on the once-mighty Conservative Party which is failing to dent Tony ...  | Read.. 
Pro-Maoist strike shuts down Nepal schools
About half-a-million Nepali children stayed home today as schools and colleges in Kathmandu shut down due to a strike called by a pro-Maoist student group demanding private s ...  | Read.. 
China to back anti-terror drive
China said today terrorism would haunt Asia for some time and vowed to back the US-driven campaign against the menace despite fears of “hegemonism” — Beijing’s codeword for W ...  | Read.. 
Keith Tyson poses with his artwork that won this year’s Turner prize at the Tate Gallery in London on Sunday. (Reuters)
Feline wrecker
China scroll
Hog heaven
Menacing Lee hungry for more villainous roles
Christopher Lee is piling up his credentials as a cinema icon — he has played the villain in James ..  | Read.. 
It’s hard to be an elf and live for 3000 years, says Tyler
For Hollywood star Liv Tyler, it’s tough being immortal...  | Read.. 
Rights focus before aid meet
The Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebels, riding a ...  | Read.. 

DVD David vs US Goliaths
A Norwegian teenager pleaded not guilty today to charges of ...  | Read.. 

Deluge of shirts hits Schroeder
Angry Germans who think Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder wants ...  | Read.. 

Tainted priest flees to Rome
Cardinal Bernard Law is in Rome after slipping out of Bosto ...  | Read.. 

Rail tycoon appointed US treasury secretary
US President George W. Bush nominated CSX Corp. chairman Jo ...  | Read..