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Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq voices against US get louder
The people who burned and kicked the corpses of four American contractors in the Iraqi town of Falluja this week were not armed insurgents or foreign fighters. ...  | Read.. 
White House bid to douse 9/11 fire
The White House, feeling the heat over charges that President George W. Bush failed to make terrorism an urgent priority before September 11, yesterday released documents sho ...  | Read.. 
BBC chairman
Maverick TV executive Michael Grade was named chairman of the BBC today as Britainís public broadcaster recovers from an unprecedented judicial savaging of its pre-war Iraq c ...  | Read.. 
Pak sends more troops to tribal region
Pakistan is sending fresh troops to its lawless tribal region near the Afghan border as part of its campaign to clear the country of al Qaida and other foreign militants, int ...  | Read.. 
Pierce Brosnan during a press conference in Mexico City. Brosnan is in Mexico for the shooting of his new film Matador. (AFP)
Beijing brew
Pride park
Madrid-type bomb found on Spain rail track
A bomb was found on a Spanish high-speed rail track today and state radio reported it contained the..  | Read.. 
Lanka polls calm, political suspense hangs heavy
Sri Lankans voted in large numbers today, but there was no indication so far they had broken a poli..  | Read.. 
EU to lift booze bars
As much booze as you want at the lowest possible price. ...  | Read.. 

Insurers warned: Sharon threat to kill Arafat
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon today threatened his lo ...  | Read.. 

Barbie brings slogan power
New York City public schools will allow students to wear cl ...  | Read..