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UK scientist was a quiet gentleman
David Kelly, the British scientist found dead after being dragged into a bitter political dispute about the Iraq war, was a private man who kept to himself, according to villagers who knew him. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair, Campbell in the line of fire
As Tony Blair flew to Washington on Thursday for what should have been one of the high points of his political career, a human tragedy was unfolding in an Oxfordshire woo ...  | Read.. 
 
Deaths force US to seek UN mandate on Iraq
With US troops being killed every week in Iraq, the US is considering returning to the UN to persuade countries to send in soldiers or share costs, running about $4 billion ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran raises doubts over uranium reports
Iran said today reports that enriched uranium was found in samples taken by UN nuclear inspectors in Iran were questionable and called on the International Atomic Energy Agen ...  | Read.. 
 
British scientist David Kelly’s wife Janice and one of their daughters at their home in Southmoor village, Oxfordshire. (AFP)
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Rivals clash at Capitol Hill
The growing crisis here over Iraq was momentarily pushed to the background yesterday when disbe..  | Read.. 
Bond bowled over by honour
Irish actor Pierce Brosnan said he was bowled over today to be honoured by Queen Elizabeth for port..  | Read.. 
 
Beijing backs Tung
China threw besieged Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa a polit ...  | Read..