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Suicide raid kills 35, rebels step up campaign
A suicide car bomber killed 35 people at an Iraqi military base in Baghdad today as guerrillas intensified a bloody campaign to sabotage plans for US-led occupation to give way to Iraqi rule on June 30. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush support
US President George W. Bush voiced support for defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld today after the Pentagon said Rumsfeld ordered the detention of a terrorist suspect in Iraq w ...  | Read.. 
 
Son plea for deal to save American hostage
The son of an American taken hostage in Saudi Arabia pleaded today to the White House and Saudi officials to cut a deal with kidnappers from al Qaida who have threatened to k ...  | Read.. 
 
Nuclear body admits Iran error
The UN nuclear watchdog was forced to make an embarrassing admission today, that it had wrongly accused Iran of withholding information about imports of potentially weapons-r ...  | Read.. 
 
Elizabeth Hurley on Ladies Day at the Royal Ascot race in southern England. (Reuters)
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Key Benazir party leader gunned down in Karachi
A key leader of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s Pakistan Peoples Party was killed in Kar..  | Read.. 
Paul winds to milestone
Notching a key milestone in the long and winding road of his career, former Beatle Sir Paul McCart..  | Read.. 
 
Clinton flashes badge of honour
Former President Bill Clinton called his fight against impe ...  | Read.. 

Evil Belgian found guilty
Marc Dutroux, Belgium’s most reviled man, was found guilty ...  | Read.. 

France power workers in Robin Hood campaign
French power workers who cut off the electricity at the Eif ...  | Read..