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Since 1st March, 1999
Al Qaida bid to topple Saudi royals: US
A US official said today the al Qaida network was trying to topple the pro-Western Saudi government and royal family, but Riyadh vowed militants would not destabilise the world’s biggest oil exporter. ...  | Read.. 
Unwitting attack fallout
The al Qaida appeared yesterday to have unwittingly alienated a vast spectrum of Arab opinion and helped America’s war on terrorism by attacking Muslims it considers traitors ...  | Read.. 
Royal pause, rumour in full throttle
Britain’s future king, Prince Charles, today ruled out making a special television appearance to deny a growing tide of rumour that he was once involved in a sexual incident ...  | Read.. 
Koizumi party gets lifeline
The smallest party in Japan’s ruling coalition said today it would merge with the dominant ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), allowing the LDP to regain the majority it l ...  | Read.. 
Bugs Bunny greets actor Brendan Fraser, who stars in Looney Tunes Back in Action, at the film’s premiere in Hollywood. (Reuters)
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Matrix creates a revolution at box office
The final instalment in the sci-fi Matrix movie trilogy topped the North American box office and gro..  | Read.. 
Mariah’s surprise is for the ear, not the eye
Pop diva Mariah Carey promised today to dazzle Shanghai fans during two concerts this week with mor..  | Read.. 
Judiciary, lawmakers set for Manila showdown
Philippine leaders moved to avert a constitutional crisis t ...  | Read.. 

US steel import duties violate laws, rules WTO
The World Trade Organisation’s highest court ruled today th ...  | Read.. 

Lanka clash cloud on aid
A political tussle between Sri Lanka’s President and Prime ...  | Read.. 

Bremer fears more terror raids
Iraq’s US governor Paul Bremer predicted today local and fo ...  | Read.. 

US court mulls pleas by detainees
The US Supreme Court said today it would decide appeals by ...  | Read.. 

Iran gets nuke clean chit
The UN nuclear watchdog will say in a new report that it ha ...  | Read..