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Billions for Iraq beat US expectations
Globe-trotter George W. Bush skidded to a halt in Hawaii yesterday after a week-long sprint through six Asia-Pacific nations, spending mere hours in most. ...  | Read..
 
Aid pledges total $33 bn
 Some brought billions for Iraq, some brought hundreds of millions, some brought food and drink. Neighbouring Iran promised a tourist bonanza. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rumsfeld slogs with the book to prove a point
Armed with a dictionary and a gleam in his eye, US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld said yesterday he meant every word of a leaked memorandum to Pentagon leaders questioning ...  | Read.. 
 
3 Israelis die in joint militant strike
Gunmen killed three Israeli soldiers, two of them women, at a Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip today in a joint shooting and grenade attack by the two main Palestinian Isl ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Nicole Kidman, the new face of the fragrance Chanel No.5, in an advertising campaign for the perfume. Kidman was chosen “because she represent ...  | Read
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Princes cry ‘cold betrayal’
Princes William and Harry today accused their mother Diana’s former butler of “cold and overt betra..  | Read.. 
Spy series relives fall
Germany is reliving its biggest post-war political scandal with a television drama about the East Ge..  | Read.. 
 
Italy strike
Trains, planes, schools, even opera houses were hit today a ...  | Read.. 

‘Brains of China’ dies in New York
Madame Chiang Kai-shek, once the most powerful woman in Chi ...  | Read.. 

Job swoop on Wal-Mart
Hundreds of workers at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. locations acros ...  | Read..