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Osama deputy’s captured son spills hideout secret
A son of Osama bin Laden’s deputy has given crucial information on the whereabouts of al Qaida leaders after being captured by Pakistani forces in a lawless frontier area close to Afghanistan, intelligence officials in Islamabad have revealed. ...  | Read.. 
 
Martha found guilty
Martha Stewart, who built a media empire on tips for gracious living, has been found guilty of lying to investigators over a suspicious stock sale and could now face prison t ...  | Read.. 
 
Protests hit Prabhakaran
Unprecedented anti-Prabhakaran protests were today held in eastern Sri Lanka to express solidarity with sacked regional commander V. Muralitharan, better known as Karuna, res ...  | Read.. 
 
Famed Tiger loyalty under strain
A black string with a cyanide capsule on the end is the symbol of the fanaticism and discipline of Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers in their separatist war. ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Charlize Theron holds up her Oscar on reaching Johannesburg on Saturday. (Reuters)
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Scandal hits the Blairs
Peter Foster, the convicted conman who helped Cherie Blair buy two flats, has made lurid claims..  | Read.. 
Bloodshed in Israel ‘pinpoint’ strikeback
Armoured Israeli forces raided two Gaza refugee camps today, igniting gunbattles that killed 14 Pal..  | Read.. 
 
Pierce too tall to be a spy' MI5 says so
When it comes to spying for Britain, small is beautiful ...  | Read.. 

Iran hawks & doves in scuffle
Conservative and reformist legislators scuffled in Iran’s p ...  | Read.. 

And now, Viagra for the mind
A drug that enables people to improve their memory is to be ...  | Read.. 

Bush zeroes in on Iraq suspect
President George W. Bush yesterday vowed to crush militants ...  | Read.. 

Dr Sars turns to Tiananmen
The doctor who blew the whistle on China’s Sars cover-up la ...  | Read..