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‘Fall guy’ drops Kelly bombshell on Blair
A fateful decision to thrust Britain’s top Iraq weapons expert into the limelight days before he killed himself was taken with Prime Minister Tony Blair’s approval, according to defence secretary Geoff Hoon. ...  | Read.. 
N. Korea, US begin nuke talks
After months of threats and rhetoric, the US and North Korea sat down today for nuclear crisis talks with the communist state’s neighbours, and even made time for a bilateral ...  | Read.. 
Voters may not make Arnie’s day: Clint
Clint Eastwood warned his fellow Hollywood action-hero Arnold Schwarzenegger yesterday to be “careful what you wish for” in his attempt to become the next Republican governor ...  | Read.. 
Alabama’s disputed monument removed
A Ten Commandments monument at the centre of a bitter dispute over the constitutional separation of church and state was removed from public view today in Alabama’s state jud ...  | Read.. 
Tony Blair An anti-war protester awaits the arrival of defence secretary Geoff Hoon at the royal courts of justice in London. (Reuters)
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Hugh’s comic film puts No. 10 in a spin
It is a spin doctor’s nightmare. A bachelor Prime Minister arrives at 10 Downing Street and fal..  | Read.. 
Shy Woody sweeps Venice with Anything Else
Notoriously press-shy Woody Allen is finally showing his face at the Venice Film Festival, where hi..  | Read.. 
Baghdad plastered with Saddam
Iraq’s US occupiers had banned Saddam Hussein’s image from ...  | Read.. 

No retreat, cries Bush despite mounting Iraq losses
US President George W. Bush yesterday vowed “there will be ...  | Read.. 

Draft of King speech up for sale
The archive of US civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr ...  | Read.. 

US, India, reach deal on cheap drugs
The US and a key group of developing countries have reached ...  | Read.. 

Maoists end truce over constitution claim
The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) today decided to ...  | Read..