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Powell vacuum if Bush is re-elected
Secretary of state Colin Powell and his deputy, Richard Armitage, have signaled to the White House that they intend to step down even if President Bush is re-elected, setting the stage for a substantial re-shaping of the administrationís national security team that has remained unchanged throug ...  | Read.. 
 
Cherie poised to be sound of the summer
The singing skills of Cherie Blair, the wife of Britainís Prime Minister, are this summer dazzling Britons on the dance floor. ...  | Read.. 
 
China trial of US-based rebel begins
China held a three-hour closed-door trial today for a Boston-based Chinese scholar on charges of spying for Taiwan, his wife said, in a case that has drawn international crit ...  | Read.. 
 
Hyundai heir leaps to death
A top Hyundai group executive, enmeshed in a payments scandal over a landmark summit between North and South Korea, leapt to his death from a high-rise office building today, ...  | Read.. 
 
US secretary of state Colin Powell (right) with his deputy Richard Armitage in Washington DC. (Reuters)
Dirty notes
Locked lips
China plan
Relax, a play with nothing is on
Sit back, relax and watch the play that offers absolutely nothing ó no actors, no props, no sound a..  | Read.. 
Alexanderís descendants hang on to their unique culture
In the north western corner of Pakistan lies the Kalash valleys, home of the non-Muslim tribe Kalash..  | Read.. 
 
Hasina, former naval chief charged in graft case
Former Premier and opposition leader Sheikh Hasina Wajed wa ...  | Read.. 

BBC beats Blair
More Britons trust the BBC than Prime Minister Tony Blair, ...  | Read.. 

Double blot
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today said religious ex ...  | Read.. 

Call for new Asean name
The countries of east Asia should give a proper name to the ...  | Read.. 

Pak terms for Iraq troops
Pakistan said today it was under no pressure to send troops ...  | Read.. 

Saddam aide slips through US dragnet
US troops hunting Saddam Hussein and his top lieutenants ju ...  | Read..