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120 killed in South Korea subway arson
About 120 people were killed in South Korea and scores were missing today after flames and smoke engulfed two crowded subway trains following an arson attack, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
10,000 jump congestion fee
London mayor Ken Livingstone admitted today that an astonishing 10,000 drivers had either refused or failed to pay the £5 fee for driving into central London by the cut-o ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Beast from East’ sends shivers down northeast US
The deadly blizzard that closed major airports, stranded thousands of travelers and buried much of the northeast under several feet of snow was set to linger a while longer t ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak lawyers step up protests
Stepping up their agitation against the constitutional amendments brought in by President Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan’s influential Bar Council has asked the Chief Justice of ...  | Read.. 
 
Dog “priest”, Purin, prepares for his morning rituals at the Hokyoji temple in Tsuru, 100 km west of Tokyo. Five-year-old Purin has been listening to ...  | Read
A book in 12 hours
Boar chase
Reptile row
Thai steal
 
Cherie vs Blair govt on Gurkhas
Prime Minister Tony Blair’s barrister wife went to court today to accuse her husband’s government o..  | Read.. 
Nicole has acting phobia
Hollywood star Nicole Kidman confessed today that she has a phobia of acting and said: “Every time ..  | Read.. 
 
Turkey blow to war plans, US seeks UN decree
US preparations for war with Iraq suffered a new setback to ...  | Read.. 

N. Korea in new threat
Communist North Korea threatened today to abandon the 1953 ...  | Read..