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Since 1st March, 1999
US fears Qaida attack, but no details
The US fears al Qaida is plotting a big attack inside the country or on US interests but has no plans to raise the terror threat level and no details on when, where or how it might occur, top officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Britain restricts access to House
Britainís parliament restricted access to the galleries of its debating chamber today, a week after Prime Minister Tony Blair was hit by a powder missile in a breach of secur ...  | Read.. 
Karachi blasts near US centre
One policeman was killed and at least 27 people were wounded today when two car bombs exploded outside the Pakistan-American Cultural Centre in Karachi, officials and witness ...  | Read.. 
NYT admits Iraq coverage not rigorous enough
The New York Times acknowledged today it had failed to adequately challenge information from Iraqi exiles who were determined to show Saddam Hussein had weapons of mas ...  | Read.. 
Jack Nicholson with his daughter Lorraine during a basketball game in Los Angeles. (Reuters)
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Obesity to get worse before it gets better
Obesity is a global problem that affects 300 million people but local policies are needed to contro..  | Read.. 
Police head back to class to hunt cyber criminals
Police are heading back to the classroom as a new breed of criminals turns to the Internet to prey ..  | Read.. 
Putinís vision of better life
President Vladimir Putin offered a vision of prosperity for ...  | Read.. 

Blair quashes talk of split with Bush
Britainís Tony Blair sought today to quash talk of a split ...  | Read.. 

General let the dogs out, says colonel
A US army general dispatched by senior Pentagon officials t ...  | Read.. 

Hair speaks volumes about an individual
Hair speaks volumes about an individual, revealing ethnic o ...  | Read..