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Since 1st March, 1999
Baghdad prison raid kills 22
A deadly mortar barrage on a US-run prison in Baghdad killed 22 prisoners and wounded more than 90 today, a US military spokesperson said. ...  | Read.. 
Guinness co-founder is dead
Norris McWhirter, who founded Guinness World Records with his twin brother and turned the book into a global bestseller, has died aged 78, a spokesman said today. ...  | Read.. 
Pak tribesmen call off militant hunt
Pakistani tribesmen searching for al Qaida and Taliban militants and their local allies called off the hunt today after some of the men they had targeted asked for time to su ...  | Read.. 
US hikes immigrant service fees
US immigrants will have to pay more while applying for citizenship, legal residency and other immigration services after April 30 to help fund the increased security measures ...  | Read.. 
A Spanish soldier of the international brigade Plus Ultra smiles at a baby at Talavera la Real air base in Badajoz, Iraq. (AFP)
Blair U-turn on EU constitution
Tony Blair pledged today to give Britons the final say on a European Union constitution, a startlin..  | Read.. 
Posh smiles, Loos spills bedtime stories
Victoria Beckham, clinging to her husband David, last night made her first official appearance ..  | Read.. 
Abdullah rebuffs Bush over Israel
King Abdullah of Jordan dealt a rebuff to President Bush ye ...  | Read.. 

Brad glad he stopped smoking
Brad Pitt said today he reluctantly quit smoking for months ...  | Read..