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Britain echoes US, Bush reaches for bugle
Britain said today Iraq had clearly ignored UN disarmament demands, rallying behind President George W. Bush as he prepared to set out his case for war to American voters and sceptical allies. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pakistan House up for sale
Pakistan House, the official residence of the Pakistan high commissioner in London is now on sale and three parties have shown interest to buy the £5.5 million property. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebels adopt low-risk plan
Nepal’s most daring killing in six years of a Maoist revolt signals the rebels are switching to a high-profile, low-risk strategy to spread fear and strengthen their hand ahe ...  | Read.. 
 
President’s support weakening: Poll
Another major opinion poll released today, to coincide with President George W. Bush’s annual state of the nation speech, showed support weakening. ...  | Read.. 
 
A file picture of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones. Douglas and Zeta Jones failed on Monday to bring an early end to their legal fight against ...  | Read
Generous Gisele
Bold baby
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Catch the real, reel conmen if you can
Conman Frank Abagnale dreaded seeing his teenage life of crime being recreated by Hollywood — but, m..  | Read.. 
Onassis’ golden girl finally comes of age
Athina, granddaughter of late Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, becomes one of the world’s r..  | Read.. 
 
US concern over Tibetan’s execution
The US said today that it was concerned a Tibetan man execu ...  | Read.. 

Sleepless women risk heart disease
Women who don’t get enough sleep and those who sleep too mu ...  | Read.. 

No discipline in ranks: Tigers
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels blamed ceasefire violations, ...  | Read.. 

US troops fight Afghan rebels
US and Afghan forces were hunting remnants of a large band ...  | Read..