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Survey sees Iraq war in early 2003
Iraq’s massive arms dossier is unlikely to dissuade the US from invading to depose President Saddam Hussein within the next three months, according to a Reuters poll of defence experts. ...  | Read.. 
 
Celebrities urge Bush to avoid war
Los Angeles, Dec. 10 (Reuters) - More than 100 celebrities, including Kim Basinger, Matt Damon, Ethan Hawke, Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Lange, have urged President ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh uproar over Cherie call
Downing Street faced fresh accusations last night that it had not told the full truth about Cherie Blair’s relationship with the fraudster Peter Foster after admitting th ...  | Read.. 
 
EU bans ‘mild, light’ from cigarette packs
The European Union’s highest court today backed tough health warnings on tobacco products, including a ban on the terms “light” and “mild” on product packaging within the EU. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cameron Diaz at the premiere of her new film Gangs of New York in New York. The movie is directed by Martin Scorsese and also stars Leonardo Di ...  | Read
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Tintin in Spielberg’s America to battle superheroes
Getting Steven Spielberg to make a Tintin movie could help the cartoon win more fans in the US, whe..  | Read.. 
Mel Gibson gets $25 m to return as Mad Max
Mel Gibson will earn almost $25 million to return to the Mad Max franchise for a fourth time..  | Read.. 
 
Carter in veiled Bush attack
Saying that war is always evil, former US President Jimmy C ...  | Read.. 

Jamali plays populist with price cuts
Pakistan’s new civilian government, commanding only a wafer ...  | Read.. 

Boston priests rebel, call for cardinal ouster
The Archdiocese of Boston was in a state of open rebellion ...  | Read..