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Since 1st March, 1999
Build-up amid whispers of bloodless coup
More than 11,000 US troops prepared to head for the Gulf and Iraq’s deputy Prime Minister accused Washington today of planning to invade Iraq regardless of the verdict of UN weapons inspectors. ...  | Read.. 
V-Day debut for bust boosters
Thailand’s health ministry will launch a troupe of specially trained bosom-enhancing dancers on Valentine’s Day to show women how to boost their bust lines without resorting ...  | Read.. 
FBI’s most-wanted has a Lahore clone
A Pakistani jeweller fears he could be rounded up by the Federal Bureau of Investigation because he closely resembles a man wanted by the FBI in the US-led war on terror. ...  | Read.. 
Yemen killer admits to al Qaida links
The Yemeni gunman who killed three US missionaries this week has confessed to meeting suspected al Qaida members, including a suicide bomber who attacked the USS Cole, ...  | Read.. 
Boys ride their bikes in the flooded car park of the Sindlesham Mill Hotel and Country Club on the outskirts of Reading, England, on Thursday. Brita ...  | Read
Octopus’ sex stab
Joke jinx
Flash ‘n’ pay
Pervez threatened me: Imran
Cricketer turned politician Imran Khan accused President Pervez Musharraf of threatening him with s..  | Read.. 
Roman Polanski’s tragic past comes alive in The Pianist
The man escaping a roundup of Jews has his life saved with a warning: “Walk, don’t run.” A woman sh..  | Read.. 
Chimp makes his own words
A chimpanzee has challenged the widely held view that anima ...  | Read.. 

Israel forces raid Gaza camps
Israeli forces backed by helicopter gunships swooped on thr ...  | Read.. 

Fuel-laden ship collides with sunken carrier
A tanker transporting highly flammable kerosene collided wi ...  | Read.. 

Lanka Muslims eye bigger role in talks
The leader of Sri Lanka’s largest Muslim party said today t ...  | Read..