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Iraqis blame US for wedding deaths
Grieving Iraqis said US forces killed dozens of guests at a desert wedding but an American general insisted today that the air strike had killed foreign guerrilla fighters and said “bad things happen in wars”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Taiwan tries to placate China
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian ruled out any immediate steps toward independence as he began a fresh four-year term, calling for better ties with China in remarks aimed at p ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez rules out Qaida compromise
President Pervez Musharraf, a key ally in the US-led war on terror, vowed today to eliminate al Qaida militants hiding in Pakistan’s wild tribal region, whether by political ...  | Read.. 
 
Britain scrambles to tighten security
The British government scrambled today to tighten security in parliament after protesters hurled a condom filled with purple powder, striking Prime Minister Tony Blair. ...  | Read.. 
 
Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe and fiancee Letizia Ortiz leave Almudena Cathedral after a rehearsal of their royal wedding in Madrid. Felipe and former T ...  | Read
Laura dig at Bush mom
US First Lady Laura Bush was warned by her mother-in-law never to criticise George W. Bush’s speech..  | Read.. 
Israel defies global fury over Gaza
Defying international fury and a rare US rebuke, Israel expanded its bloodiest Gaza Strip raid in y..  | Read..