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Rising human cost puts pressure on Bush
A grenade attack killed a US soldier in Iraq today, bringing the total combat deaths to 147, equalling the total in the 1991 Gulf War. ...  | Read.. 
 
Scribe beaten to death: Iran
Canadian journalist Zahra Kazemi was beaten to death during or after her arrest outside a Tehran prison last month, Iranian vice-president Mohammad Ali Abtahi said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kidnapped Israeli taxi driver saved
Israeli commandos today freed unharmed an Israeli taxi driver held for five days by Palestinians in a kidnapping that jolted the relative calm ushered in by a ceasefire cruci ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak identifies Quetta bombers
Pakistani investigators have identified two of the three suicide bombers who were killed while carrying out the deadly attack on a Shia mosque early this month killing 48 peo ...  | Read.. 
 
(Top) David and Donna Sierakowski of Victoria, Texas, kiss on a pier and a land crab (bottom) seeks refuge under a car tyre after Hurricane Claudette ...  | Read
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Exiles go down under to find link with creativity
Some 200 poets, writers and academics — all living in exile around the world — are to gather for a ..  | Read.. 
Supermodels get green light to sue agencies
Thousands of models can launch a unified attack on management agencies they say conspired to cheat ..  | Read.. 
 
Diaz seeks bar on snaps from past
Actress Cameron Diaz has asked a court to bar the release o ...  | Read.. 

Thai sets DNA to music
A Thai scientist has turned the DNA of animals, organisms a ...  | Read.. 

New Bush voice
President George W. Bush’s new chief spokesman, Scott McCle ...  | Read.. 

Heads roll in Hong Kong
Two senior members of Hong Kong’s cabinet, both publicly vi ...  | Read.. 

Runaway marine held, girl united with parents
A former US marine who ran off with a 12-year-old British g ...  | Read.. 

Soldiers lose faith in army
Fed up with being in Iraq and demoralised by their role as ...  | Read..