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25 yrs on, Shias work up a frenzy
Iraq’s Shia majority, casting off 25 years of repression by Saddam Hussein, celebrated a major pilgrimage in a frenzy of religious fervour today, but many demanded US troops get out of their country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hungry lions shot after escape bid
Crazed with hunger, four lions in Baghdad zoo escaped from their enclosures at the weekend and were shot dead by US troops. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rumsfeld turns attention to Korea
A secret Donald Rumsfeld memorandum calling for regime change in North Korea was leaked yesterday, opening a fresh foreign policy split in the Bush administration. ...  | Read.. 
 
Singapore PM blames China
Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong said China should have told the world of the deadly SARS virus earlier and that its initial handling of the illness was wrong. ...  | Read.. 
 
An Iraqi sells a gun at a reopened weapons market in Baghdad on Monday. (Reuters)
Beijing travel alert as toll rises to 97
China and Hong Kong reported 10 new deaths from SARS today and Beijing tried to stop people from tr..  | Read.. 
Rania urges US to leave early
Jordan’s Queen Rania today said a prolonged US presence in Iraq would only feed Arab fears that Was..  | Read.. 
 
Karzai denies rift with Pak
Afghan President Hamid Karzai today played down recent clas ...  | Read.. 

Bangladesh ferry disaster
Rescuers have recovered the bodies of more than 100 people ...  | Read.. 

Iraq artists get clean canvas, but fear new threats
Soon after more than 100 of Baghdad’s artists gathered ...  | Read.. 

US troops find suicide vests, $600m in cash
US-led forces have discovered lethal equipment linked to th ...  | Read.. 

 
Intelligence to justify war very shaky: Blix
Chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix today questioned intel ...  | Read..