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Bush begins movement of troops to Gulf
The US military ordered more than 11,000 desert-trained troops to begin moving to the Gulf and Western jets struck an Iraqi defence radar as pressure mounted on Iraq, defence officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
S. Korea puts pressure on North
An envoy from South Korea arrived in China today to urge North Korea's chief ally to put more pressure on the reclusive Communist state to stop its nuclear weapons progr ...  | Read.. 
 
Sharon fires minister over scandal
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has fired a deputy Cabinet minister in a bid to contain damage from a vote-buying scandal that has cut into support for his Likud party a month be ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka plans military review
Sri Lanka said today it planned to restructure its military if a peace process with Tamil Tiger guerrillas that has led to an end to nearly two decades of ethnic war takes ho ...  | Read.. 
 
Revellers celebrate New Year on the Champs Elysees in Paris on Wednesday. (AP/PTI)
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Mecca Cola gives you an anti-US taste
Mecca Cola's red and white label, its fizz and dark, sweet taste make it startlingly similar to..  | Read.. 
Britons really want Cherie out
The wife of Prime Minister Tony Blair is the person Britons most want kicked out of the country aft..  | Read.. 
 
New threat to Jamali govt
The Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali government in Pakistan face ...  | Read.. 

Working-class Lula sworn in
Former metalworker Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was sworn in a ...  | Read.. 

Tobacco giants gain reprieve
A federal judge in California entered a directed verdict ye ...  | Read.. 

US airports check baggage for explosives
US authorities at airports nationwide began checking all ba ...  | Read.. 

World relieved after incident-free New Year
Officials and security forces around the world could breath ...  | Read..