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Bush springs Saddam trap to catch Osama
President Bush has approved a plan to intensify the effort to capture or kill Osama bin Laden, senior administration and military officials say, as a combination of better intelligence, improving weather and a refocusing of resources away from Iraq has reinvigorated the hunt along the border be ...  | Read.. 
 
On the bench
British Prime Minister Tony Blair once slept rough on a bench after travelling to London in a failed bid to become a rock star, newspapers reported today. ...  | Read.. 
 
eleven minutes in 55 years & Coelho saves time for India
Renowned Brazilian author Paulo Coelho has never visited India. But the 56-year-old writer, whose novel The Alchemist has sold over 43 million copies and been tran ...  | Read.. 
 
Iraq council misses constitution deadline
Iraq’s Governing Council has decided to put off until Wednesday the signing of an interim constitution after lawmakers missed a February 28 deadline amid divisions over feder ...  | Read.. 
 
Actors Kevin Spacey and George Clooney at an award ceremony in Hollywood. (AFP)
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Haiti in turmoil, President flees
Haiti’s President Jean-Bertrand Aristide left his chaotic Caribbean country today, driven out by a ..  | Read.. 
Blair runs into war report doctoring row
Two British newspapers reported that the country’s top lawyer was pressured to change his advice to..  | Read.. 
 
Tanker with ethanol explodes off Virginia
The US Coast Guard searched frigid waters off the Virginia ...  | Read.. 

Pak ‘deal’
The US has struck a deal with Pakistan to allow American tr ...  | Read.. 

US sending forces
The US could send forces to Haiti within days to deter rebe ...  | Read..