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Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq accuses Zarqawi of attacks on Christians
Iraq accused al Qaida ally Abu Musab al-Zarqawi today of carrying out coordinated car bombings at churches that killed at least 11 people, saying the militants wanted to drive Christians out of the country. ...  | Read.. 
Paraguay seeks answers to fire
Paraguay today mourned the deaths of nearly 300 people in a fire in a busy supermarket and struggled to find answers to the impoverished nationís worst tragedy in decades. ...  | Read.. 
Pak leader survives attack
The chief minister of Pakistanís southwestern Baluchistan province survived an attack on his motor convoy today which killed one policeman and wounded two others, a local gov ...  | Read.. 
Pak Qaida catch led to US alert
The unannounced capture of a figure from al Qaida in Pakistan several weeks ago led the CIA to the rich lode of information that prompted the terror alert yesterday, acco ...  | Read.. 
Ballerina Elena Kulagina (left) and dancer Roman Geer of Russiaís Tchaikovsky Perm Ballet pose with 48 ballerinas during a photocall for the German premiere of the Swan Lake in front of Munichís Nymphenburg castle. (Reuters
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Steve Jobs has surgery
Apple Computer Inc. chief executive Steve Jobs has had successful surgery for a rare form of pancre..  | Read.. 
Thanks to Clapton, store feels wonderful
A historic gentlemen's outfitters that kitted out Sir Henry Morton Stanley for his journey to ..  | Read..