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Since 1st March, 1999
50 killed as blast rips Iraqi police station
A massive car bomb ripped through a police station south of Baghdad today, killing about 50 people, in the latest deadly attack on Iraqis seen as collaborators with US occupation forces. ...  | Read.. 
WHO clean chit on flu came too early
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said today it had jumped the gun in declaring tests on victims had shown no genetic evidence that bird flu could be passed from person to ...  | Read.. 
Russian found
Russian politician Ivan Rybkin, who has been missing for five days, is safe and is in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, an aide said today. ...  | Read.. 
New worm targets Microsoft
A new worm dubbed “Doomjuice” targeting Microsoft Corp’s website emerged on the Internet yesterday, which security experts said slowed parts of the software maker’s home pag ...  | Read.. 
Iron maidens: Actors Hilary Swank (left) and Julia Ormond at the premiere of their HBO film Iron Jawed Angels in New York. (Reuters)
France House votes for scarf ban
An overwhelming majority of France’s National Assembly voted today to ban religious emblems in stat..  | Read.. 
US restores diplomatic presence in Tripoli
The US, responding to Libya’s change of heart on banned weapons, has restored its diplomatic presen..  | Read.. 
12 Indians die in Iran plane crash
An Iranian plane carrying migrant workers crashed as it cam ...  | Read.. 

Widow fights for Atkins
The widow of diet guru Robert Atkins, who died last year af ...  | Read..