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Saddam pops up on capital street
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, breaking his habit of avoiding the public gaze, was shown on Iraqi television on Friday being mobbed by cheering Iraqis in a bombed area of the capital threatened by US troops. ...  | Read.. 
 
Airport falls, suicide threat rises
US troops have seized Baghdad international airport in their biggest victory of the war to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, drawing a bitter Iraqi threat to hit back with ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP whips out Iraq gun
The BJP shed its reticence on the US war against Iraq and voiced its strongest condemnation of the attack so far, calling it “unjustified military action”. ...  | Read.. 
 
George under fire
Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee is miffed with defence minister George Fernandes after the Samata Party went public against New Delhi’s stand on Iraq even as the party is or ...  | Read.. 
 
A bombed-out plane at Baghdad International. (AP/PTI)
General’s tips for victory
Seoul snub
Clock work
Saddam ‘hits’ streets after survival proof
Iraqi television showed footage of what it said was President Saddam Hussein visiting residential a..  | Read.. 
Lawyer who risked all for Jessica
Mohammed, a gregarious 32-year-old Iraqi lawyer, went by the hospital in Nasiriyah one day last..  | Read.. 
 
Hollywood queues up for Lynch story
An American hero' Count on Hollywood to enlist. ...  | Read.. 

Flight from night of hell
Residents fled suburbs near the Iraqi capital’s main airpor ...  | Read.. 

Dictator not vital for victory
The White House said today it would consider military acti ...  | Read.. 

‘Holy war’ hopes go up in smoke
A call by Iraq’s leading Shiite cleric asking his millions ...  | Read.. 

Taliban base seized
Afghan and US forces have seized a Taliban mountain base i ...  | Read.. 

HK hunt for virus victims
Hong Kong police launched a manhunt today for hundreds of p ...  | Read..