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Bush breathes fire at Europe, UN
US President George W. Bush chided his critics in Europe today and said the UN risked extinction unless it showed the sort of Anglo-American backbone that toppled Saddam Hussein. ...  | Read.. 
 
President’s palace bubble breached
The White House voiced confidence in British security today after an undercover reporter infiltrated Buckingham Palace and posed as a footman in President George W. Bush’s ro ...  | Read.. 
 
Parade prelude to protests
George W. Bush and Queen Elizabeth lookalikes in an open-top coach, a giant inflatable missile and a pink “peace tank” wound through London today in a cavalcade of protest ag ...  | Read.. 
 
Dubya inspires British satire
First it was The Madness of George Dubya, now A Weapons Inspector Calls. ...  | Read.. 
 
careless whispers: US President George W. Bush listens to British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Buckingham Palace. (AFP)
Blind love: When Tony courts George
Love, pondered British heartthrob Hugh Grant yesterday, is “loving someone no matter what their fau..  | Read.. 
Jackson boy abuse jolt strikes again
Authorities issued a warrant to arrest pop star Michael Jackson today as sheriff’s deputies finishe..  | Read.. 
 
US ship flies ‘enemy’ flag in Vietnam
Flying the flag of its former enemy, a US navy frigate dock ...  | Read.. 

Chandrika faces House anger over crisis
Sri Lanka’s parliament reopened to an uproar today when the ...  | Read.. 

Mubarak sparks health scare
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak halted a broadcast speech ...  | Read.. 

FBI nets 48 forex traders for fraud
FBI agents yesterday arrested about 48 Wall Street foreign ...  | Read..