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Iran quake buries global politics, almost
US President George W. Bush, who once branded Iran part of an “axis of evil”, and other world leaders today rushed aid to Iran, struggling to cope with an earthquake disaster that killed some 20,000 people. ...  | Read.. 
 
Race to find survivors
International rescue workers hacked desperately through flattened debris for survivors and cemeteries overflowed in Iran’s ancient Silk Road city of Bam today after an earthq ...  | Read.. 
 
Mars mission third time unlucky
A European mission trying to find life on Mars accepted today its British-built space probe may have crashed, but scientists remained hopeful despite failing for a th ...  | Read.. 
 
UN nuke inspector arrives in Libya
The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog arrived in Tripoli today to begin scrutinising Libya’s nuclear facilities, saying the country did not seem to have been close ...  | Read.. 
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin (centre) talks to children during the annual New Year’s party in Moscow organised by the Kremlin on Saturday. (AFP)
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Theft detour
Crew held
Suspected SARS case mars China festive spirit
Doctors in China tested a man suspected of having SARS today as neighbouring Hong Kong stepped up c..  | Read.. 
America’s allies bleed
Guerrillas killed six coalition soldiers and at least seven Iraqis in southern Iraq today in a coor..  | Read.. 
 
Mad cow cannot keep Bush away from beef
US President George W. Bush, the former governor of the nat ...  | Read.. 

New face in Blair Xmas party team
Tony Blair and his family embarked on their annual Chri ...  | Read.. 

Music prodigy
Christell Rodriguer, the five-year-old Chilean girl who has ...  | Read.. 

‘Sleeper’ Jackson no Jack the Ripper
In his first interview since being charged with child moles ...  | Read..