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Bush, Blair vow to finish the job
George W. Bush and Tony Blair vowed no let-up in the war on terror and denied their occupation of Iraq had sparked today’s deadly attacks on British targets in Turkey. ...  | Read.. 
 
Amended law to make it harder for superstar
Pop star Michael Jackson faces legal land mines that did not exist the last time a young teenage boy accused him of molestation, including a California law passed in response ...  | Read.. 
 
Friends, family offer support
Michael Jackson will fight child molestation charges against him “tooth and nail” and believes he has been wrongly accused, the superstar’s friends said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jamaat rejects hike in salaries of Pak MPs
The Jamaat-e-Islami, which is locked in a confrontation with the pro-Musharraf ruling coalition, has turned down the recent 130 per cent increase in the salaries of MPs a ...  | Read.. 
 
A woman wounded in the explosion near the British consulate looks for help in Istanbul. (AFP)
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Police give Jackson chance to surrender
Pop superstar Michael Jackson, a self-styled “Peter Pan” whose relationship with children has long ..  | Read.. 
‘I thought it was an earthquake’
Shattered bodies and rubble were strewn across the streets of Turkey’s commercial capital Istanbul ..  | Read.. 
 
China hits back at US with tariff hike
China will raise tariffs on some American imports, the comm ...  | Read.. 

Chandrika offered peace role
Sri Lanka’s government offered the President a role in a pe ...  | Read.. 

Blast fears sink Europe stocks
European stocks sank and safe haven government debt prices ...  | Read.. 

‘Blip’ sends White House into a panic
A “blip” on a radar screen, rather than a plane, sent score ...  | Read..