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Since 1st March, 1999
US orders marshals on foreign flights
One week after raising its terror alert level, the US government today ordered foreign airlines to place armed marshals on selected flights to and from the US in a bid to boost security and thwart attacks. ...  | Read.. 
Net blackmailers scout for easy prey
Cyber blackmail artists are shaking down office workers, threatening to delete computer files or install pornographic images on their work PCs unless they pay a ransom, polic ...  | Read.. 
Saddam spills beans on billions
Saddam Hussein has given his US captors information on hidden weapons and as much as $40 billion he may have seized while he was Iraq’s President, an Iraqi official was quote ...  | Read.. 
Gaddafi passes UN first test
UN inspectors gave Libya high marks today for working with them as they began checking if it had really renounced its ambitions to build an atomic bomb. ...  | Read.. 
US actress and singer Jennifer Love Hewitt displays jewellery at the opening of the Harrods winter sales with store owner Mohamed Al Fayed in London on Monday. (Reuters)
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Phoenix pledge for city of death
Iran’s supreme leader vowed today to return the ancient quake-shattered city of Bam to its former g..  | Read.. 
Freed from jail, Jaish bomber targets Pervez
One of the two suicide bombers who targeted President Pervez Musharraf last week was a Jaish-e-Moha..  | Read.. 
Japan won’t swallow US beef hardsell
The Bush administration faced growing pressure today to rol ...  | Read.. 

Toxic-rain umbrella in hand, Chinese trek back
Villagers from the area most severely damaged by last week’ ...  | Read.. 

Death for corruption
A Chinese court sentenced a disgraced provincial vice gover ...  | Read.. 

Scanner on scientists
Pakistan today said a few nuclear scientists are still ...  | Read..