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Since 1st March, 1999
Torture pictures blow US cause
Photos of US soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners drew international condemnation today, prompting the stark conclusion that the American campaign to win the hearts and minds of Iraqis is a lost cause. ...  | Read.. 
Europe warms up for party
Celebrations gathered pace today in the final countdown to the reunification of Europe 15 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall with the EU set to embrace 10 new mainly eas ...  | Read.. 
Falluja under ex-Saddam aide
US marines handed control of Falluja to a former General in Saddam Husseinís Republican Guard today but fresh clashes showed a month of fighting with Sunni insurgents was not ...  | Read.. 
Sharon threatens polls
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, stung by opinion poll predictions his Likud party would reject his proposed Gaza pullout, said today voting the plan down could force ne ...  | Read.. 
Ricky Martin at the Latin Billboard Awards in Miami on Thursday. (Reuters)
Portrait puts off prince
It is entitled Homo sapiens, Lepidum sativum and Calliphora vomitoria, which roughly translates..  | Read.. 
Jackson pleads not guilty
The stakes were dramatically raised in the Michael Jackson child molestation case today as the sing..  | Read.. 
China flexes naval muscles
Eight Chinese warships sailed into the city today in the la ...  | Read.. 

Angry Thais seek answers to massacre
Saddened and angry, Muslims attended Friday prayers across ...  | Read.. 

Footballers on suicide mission
The shooting of an entire team of 19 soccer players from th ...  | Read..