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American killed in Kuwait ‘terror’ strike
A hail of automatic rifle fire killed an American working for the US military and wounded another in an ambush on their car today near a US base in Kuwait where Washington is preparing for a possible war on Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush says no more time, Europe objects
President George W. Bush spelled out the US’ readiness to attack Iraq soon, dismissing calls from Europe, Russia and West Asia today to give President Saddam Hussein more tim ...  | Read.. 
 
Zardari released on parole
Pakistan today temporarily released former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s husband Asif Ali Zardari to attend a religious ceremony for his wife’s recently deceased stepmother ...  | Read.. 
 
Venezuela clashes greet Carter
One person was killed and two dozen wounded by gunfire yesterday during street clashes in Venezuela as Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter tried to salvage peace talks betw ...  | Read.. 
 
Anti-war protesters put up posters outside parliament in London on Tuesday. (AFP)
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War fear, dour mood fail to dampen couture spirits
Paris designers were on top form yesterday as the spring-summer haute couture collections kicked of..  | Read.. 
Politics stays on Redford mind
As he presides over this year’s Sundance Film Festival, actor Robert Redford has politics on his mi..  | Read.. 
 
Judge shuts down Afghan cable TV
Afghanistan’s chief justice said today he had shut down cab ...  | Read.. 

Russia envoy sees hope after meeting Kim
A Russian envoy said today he saw hope of a solution to the ...  | Read.. 

Nepal gears up for wedding
Nepali palace workers were busy putting final touches today ...  | Read..