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Since 1st March, 1999
Kay quits, says Iraq has no arms stockpiles
Former chief US arms hunter David Kay, who stepped down from his post yesterday, has concluded that Iraq had no stockpiles of biological and chemical weapons, a potential embarrassment for President George W. Bush and ammunition to his election-year Democratic rivals. ...  | Read.. 
Major coup for European space agency
Jubilant European scientists yesterday announced that their orbiting spacecraft had discovered ice on the Mars south pole within days of starting work. ...  | Read.. 
Christians, Sikhs unite against France ban
Christians from Iraq and Sikhs from India expressed outrage yesterday at French government plans to ban the wearing of religious symbols in school — a move which could force ...  | Read.. 
Hawking defends wife after assault claims
Stephen Hawking defended his wife last night at the end of a week of claims that the renowned scientist had been repeatedly assaulted in his own home. ...  | Read.. 
range rover: Kevin Costner with his fiancee Christine Baumgartner in Hamburg ahead of the German premiere of his new film Open Range. (AFP)
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Crippled Mars rover in critical condition
Nasa engineers today declared the crippled martian rover Spirit to be in “critical” condition and s..  | Read.. 
Forty-somethings in Golden Globe charge
With a scene-stealing performance in The Clearing at this week’s Sundance Film Festival, Hele..  | Read.. 
Jew leaders slam Gibson Christ
Two prominent Jewish leaders played film critics yesterday ...  | Read.. 

Jurist seeks end to honour killings
Majida Rizvi, a leading Pakistani jurist and chairperso ...  | Read.. 

Musharraf praises ‘man of peace’ Atal
Pervez Musharraf today said he believed Atal Bihari Vajpaye ...  | Read.. 

Blair position unchanged
British Prime Minister Tony Blair yesterday stuck by his st ...  | Read.. 

Flu spreads as toll rises to six
UN officials said today the deadly bird flu that has jumped ...  | Read..