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Kelly felt let down, betrayed: Widow
The widow of an Iraq weapons expert whose suicide has plunged Prime Minister Tony Blair’s administration into crisis blamed the British government today for the despair and betrayal that shaped his final days. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak fights its own cross-border battle
Amid concern over growing attacks on allied forces in Afghanistan, senior Pakistan army officials said new check posts along a section of Pakistan’s porous border with Af ...  | Read.. 
 
US-backed Iraq council appoints 25 ministers
Iraq’s US-backed governing council named 25 ministers today, appointing little-known returned exile Ibrahim Bahr al-Uloum as oil minister. ...  | Read.. 
 
China army plans cuts for lean, mean look
China today announced 200,000 job cuts to its People’s Liberation Army (PLA), the world’s largest military, by the end of next year with information technology replacing manp ...  | Read.. 
 
David Kelly’s widow Janice (left) and daughter Rachel at the royal courts of justice in London. (Reuters)
Brosnan wins legal battle for website
James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan has won a legal battle to claim the Internet website bearing his na..  | Read.. 
Talented today, millionaires tomorrow
Experts have picked 20 talented people under 21 — some already household names, others unknown outs..  | Read.. 
 
The Dutch in a cannabis first
The Netherlands today became the world’s first country to m ...  | Read.. 

Magnificent Bronson loses battle with life
Coal miner turned tough-guy actor Charles Bronson, a star o ...  | Read.. 

Nepal bans rallies to block Maoist protests
Nepal today banned public demonstrations in Kathmandu to st ...  | Read..