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Real battle yet to begin, says Osama aide
An audio tape purportedly from top al Qaida official Ayman al-Zawahri today warned the US it would pay a high price if it harmed detainees at a US base in Cuba, saying the “real battle” had not yet begun. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jealousy behind French actress’ death
Jealousy was behind the demise of the passionate French actress Marie Trintignant, who died on Friday following a row with her rock star boyfriend, it was claimed last ni ...  | Read.. 
 
Wrath and lone sigh of relief at sons’ burial
In the end, only the imam sobbed. Uday and Qusay Hussein were buried under harsh, stony soil outside their father’s birthplace yesterday, in ground that was as unforgivin ...  | Read.. 
 
US scours Sunni triangle for Saddam
US soldiers raided homes and farmhouses in the hostile Sunni heartland around Baghdad today, detaining dozens of suspected Saddam Hussein loyalists and saying the net was clo ...  | Read.. 
 
Twins Besty (left) and Jessica (right) McDonald at the 28th Twins Day Festival parade in Twinsburg, Ohio, on Saturday. (AFP)
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A sad shadow of Iron Lady
Margaret Thatcher, the Iron Lady who transformed Britain during her 11 years tenure as Prime Minist..  | Read.. 
Hoon holiday plan under fire
Geoff Hoon, the UK defence secretary, was under fire from cabinet colleagues last night after i..  | Read.. 
 
Philippine probe on hold
The Philippine government today backed a call to suspend a ...  | Read.. 

PM wants parties in Nepal talks
Nepal’s Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa has instructed o ...  | Read.. 

45 killed in Pak blast
At least 45 people were killed and 70 injured, many critica ...  | Read.. 

Russia abandons rescue efforts
Work teams today abandoned rescue efforts at a military hos ...  | Read..