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Since 1st March, 1999
Want to go but can’t, says Powell
US secretary of state Colin Powell responded to international pressure for a speedy transfer of power in Iraq with a warning today that rushing the handover would result in failure. ...  | Read.. 
Straw had cold feet on war, asked Blair to opt out: Book
Prime Minister Tony Blair, braced for a critical week as an inquiry into the death of a weapons expert returns to action, faced claims today that his foreign minister urged h ...  | Read.. 
Swedish exit poll predicts ‘No’
Swedes voted “No” to the euro today, an exit poll showed, despite some last-minute gains for the “Yes” side after the murder of pro-euro foreign minister Anna Lindh. ...  | Read.. 
Iran ignores nuclear hawks
Iran will continue to co-operate with the UN’s nuclear watchdog, a senior official was quoted as saying today, despite hardliners’ calls for Iran to reject a UN deadline to p ...  | Read.. 
Mourners gather in Stockholm on Sunday outside the department store where foreign minister Anna Lindh was stabbed. (AFP)
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Cheddar gets a tandoori tang
Coming soon to British supermarkets: tandoori-flavoured cheese, to be followed by fish-and-chip..  | Read.. 
US warns Israel on Arafat
Israel’s vice premier today said killing Palestinian President Yasser Arafat was an option in its t..  | Read.. 
Typhoon kills 85 in S. Korea
South Korean soldiers and rescue workers searched for dozen ...  | Read..