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Iraq spins out of America’s control
US-led troops battled Sunni and Shia rebels today as Iraq descended into bloody chaos not seen since Saddam Hussein’s fall a year ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Urban guerrilla nightmare stares at US
US-led forces in Iraq risk being drawn into an urban guerrilla conflict they are ill-prepared to fight and which will probably cost many more lives, military experts say. ...  | Read.. 
 
Japanese hostage in pullout standoff
Militants seized a number of foreign nationals as hostages in Iraq today, threatening to burn alive one group of three Japanese unless their country withdrew its troops. ...  | Read.. 
 
Shia interior minister quits
Iraqi interior minister Nouri Badran resigned today, saying he had heard that the US-led administration was unhappy with his performance and wanted a different religious mix ...  | Read.. 
 
Ted Turner with his newly unveiled star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. (Reuters)
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In lap of nature, identity cards not required to surf Net
“In California, we don’t ask for IDs to use public libraries”, the reception clerk at the Big S..  | Read.. 
Rice spits ‘silver-bullet’ fire
National security adviser Condoleezza Rice told the September 11 commission today that four US Pres..  | Read.. 
 
Dostum forces seize north city
Forces of a renegade adviser to President Hamid Karzai over ...  | Read.. 

Saudi Qaida leader calls for attacks on Americans
One of Saudi Arabia’s most wanted al Qaida militants has ca ...  | Read.. 

Swedish aid for asthmatics
A new Swedish invention for measuring respiratory passage i ...  | Read.. 

Brad Pitt to host radio show on UK singer
Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt is to present a music docume ...  | Read..