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Saddamís sons buried in rushed funeral
Saddam Husseinís sons Uday and Qusay were buried today in a rushed funeral at a dusty cemetery, as US soldiers scoured the surrounding countryside and villages for the fugitive dictator himself. ...  | Read.. 
 
US suspends no-visa, air transit programmes
Two programmes that allow foreigners to travel through US airports on their way to other countries without a visa were suspended today because of security concerns, the depar ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair passes milestone
Tony Blair became Britainís longest serving Labour Party Prime Minister today but had little else to celebrate, with an appearance before a suicide inquiry looming and public ...  | Read.. 
 
Ziggy, a 3-year-old Jack Russell terrier, waits patiently for his master in Ormond Beach, Florida. (AP)
Putin plan not to be derailed
Rescuers tugging at concrete slabs with their bare hands sifted through the wreck of a Russian mili..  | Read.. 
Russia toasts 500 years of vodka
The mood was businesslike, the companyís bigwigs had taken their seats and the table was laid with ..  | Read..