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Baghdad bleeds in blast after blast
Suicide bombers struck four times in Baghdad’s Monday morning rush hour, killing 35 people and wounding 230 in attacks aimed at Red Cross offices and three police stations. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bombers to Iraqis: Don’t cooperate with US
By the bloody, smoking rubble of one of the bombings which rocked Baghdad today, Iraqis wept or simply stared at the spot where people had chatted and shopped moments before ...  | Read.. 
 
Shocked Red Cross ponders withdrawal
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) expressed outrage at today’s unprecedented suicide bombing of its Baghdad headquarters, which killed at least 10 people, a ...  | Read.. 
 
Putin washes hands of magnate
Russian President Vladimir Putin told business leaders and politicians today he would not meet them to discuss the arrest of oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky as it had been o ...  | Read.. 
 
A US soldier at the blast site in the Baghdad suburb of Shaab. (Reuters) A woman cries as she watches rescuers looking for survivors after the blast near the Red Cross building in Baghdad. (Reuters)
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Paul piece of mind for princes
Princess Diana’s former butler ignored an unprecedented plea from Britain’s two young princes and w..  | Read.. 
Picasso comes back home
After a wait of more than half-a-century Pablo Picasso’s greatest wish was realised today when ..  | Read.. 
 
Question that haunts President: Is he in charge'
A single compelling question hangs over Russian President V ...  | Read.. 

No plans to kill Arafat, says Sharon
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said for the first time in publ ...  | Read..