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Foreign blood stains US troop blueprint
Gunmen ambushed and murdered two Japanese diplomats and their Iraqi driver in northern Iraq, piling new pressure on the Tokyo government as it weighs a decision on sending troops to help rebuild that country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bodybag blow to four nations
A dozen people from four nations helping the US military were killed on a bloody weekend in Iraq that sparked new debate among Washington’s allies about the benefits of getti ...  | Read.. 
 
Bounty on British policeman in Iraq
A price has been put on the head of the senior British policeman seconded to supervise the restoration of law and order in Iraq by loyalists of Saddam Hussein. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bangla arms haul
Three policemen and a terrorist were injured in a shootout as police recovered a huge quantity of highly sophisticated arms and explosives from an area adjacent to high-secur ...  | Read.. 
 
A member of Iran’s hardline Basij militia at a gathering outside the former US embassy in Tehran on Sunday to mark the national Basij week. (AFP)
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Exercise makes babies sharper
British parents will be told to give their babies a daily 10-minute exercise routine to help improv..  | Read.. 
Fashion editors lose Santa Armani to charity
Giorgio Armani has decided not to give his traditional Christmas gifts to the world’s fashion edito..  | Read.. 
 
Mussolini strikes out
Alessandra Mussolini said today she would form her own poli ...  | Read.. 

UK silence on embassy bugging irks Pak
Pakistan has warned the UK that its continued silence over ...  | Read.. 

Reel and real in Manila
His life in politics had read like the script of a silver-s ...  | Read.. 

Istanbul mastermind rises from debris
Turkish intelligence officials believe that the masterm ...  | Read..