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Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq scraps more arms, US calls it a charade
Threatened with a March 17 deadline to disarm, Iraq scrapped more of its banned missiles today in a process President George W. Bush dismissed as a charade that would not save it from war. ...  | Read.. 
Pervez nephew detained in US
The nephew of Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf was released yesterday by US immigration officials after being held for 16 days for violating his visa. ...  | Read.. 
News junkies, prepare for a war on the Internet
News junkies who watched the Gulf War unfold on CNN a little over a decade ago will have a new medium to satisfy their cravings in the event of another armed conflict with Ir ...  | Read.. 
Organic food healthier
Organically grown crops contain more healthy compounds than conventional crops, perhaps because they are not exposed to pesticides, US researchers said yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Former Argentine President Carlos Menem (left) and his wife Cecilia Bolocco hold a baby during an election campaign rally in Buenos Aires. (Reuters)
Rear-end rush
Frog fervour
Lucky art
Kylie falls for French actor
Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue, who recently broke up with male model James Gooding, has fallen ..  | Read.. 
War can worsen US-Pak ties
The tension in the Pakistan-US relationship has been palpable since 9/11 and is likely to escal..  | Read.. 
Top Hamas leader killed
Israel killed the top commander of Hamas’s military wing an ...  | Read.. 

US sanctions on Mugabe
US President George W. Bush yesterday imposed economic sanc ...  | Read.. 

Cat Stevens speaks out against war
Yusuf Islam — the artist formerly known as Cat Stevens — ha ...  | Read..