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Al Qaida arms traced to Saudi guards
Saudi authorities are investigating suspected illegal arms sales by members of the country’s national guard to al Qaida operatives in the country, US and Saudi officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Malaysia boosts firepower
Malaysia moved today to buy the most powerful combat aircraft ever operated by a Southeast Asian country, announcing a $900-million deal with Russian supplier Sukhoi. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cases drop in open China, HK schools re-open
China reported today its lowest batch of SARS cases since coming clean with its numbers and children went back to school in Hong Kong as life returned to normal in the territ ...  | Read.. 
 
Army launches Aceh offensive
Indonesia’s military launched rocket attacks on rebels in Aceh today and troops began parachuting in as a big offensive got under way just hours after the president put the p ...  | Read.. 
 
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Bombers expose Casablanca’s biggest fear: tourism end
Pouring a chilled Casablanca beer smoothly into a long glass, the barman of Rick’s Cafe despondentl..  | Read.. 
Osama guard replaces Khalid
The Egyptian who guards the elusive Osama bin Laden has taken over as al Qaida’s military commander..  | Read.. 
 
Graduate held after explosive device found
Moroccan security services have arrested a chemistry gradua ...  | Read.. 

Fleischer to quit in July, saying ‘it is time to go’
President George W. Bush’s spokesman Ari Fleischer today an ...  | Read.. 

Saddam hiding under new name
Saddam Hussein is hiding in Iraq with a small group, probab ...  | Read.. 

Another suicide blast in Israel
A suspected Palestinian suicide bomber struck an Israeli sh ...  | Read.. 

Nepal leaders slam property probe
The five Opposition parties, who launched a people’s mo ...  | Read..