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Qaida planned raid on Pervez
Al Qaida planned suicide attacks on Karachi airport and an airbase used by Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani intelligence sources said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Couple’s bid to save bird by not smoking
A British couple booked themselves into a clinic to quit smoking after the vet said it was the only way to save their beloved sick parrot. ...  | Read.. 
 
Saudi first brush with polls
Saudi Arabia plans to hold its first nationwide elections starting in November, seen as the first concrete political reforms in the country’s absolute monarchy, a government ...  | Read.. 
 
US vows not to yield to abductors
The US-led military coalition in Iraq vowed not to make any more concessions to kidnappers after the Philippines withdrew its troops to release a hostage, the US said yesterd ...  | Read.. 
 
Wild, wild will: Will Smith at the British premiere of I, Robot in London. (Reuters)
With Bush around, US doesn’t need Osama
US President George W. Bush told a roomful of top Pentagon brass today that his administration woul..  | Read.. 
Hollywood to CIA’s help
When the plot thickens, the CIA calls in the professionals — Hollywood screenwriters...  | Read.. 
 
Sadr men shoot down helicopter
Followers of rebel cleric Moqtada al-Sadr shot down a US he ...  | Read.. 

Bush & Kerry lend ears to corn in Iowa
Competing for votes in corn-growing Iowa, John Kerry waved ...  | Read.. 

Pak, Britain at odds over arrests
Pakistan provided information leading to the arrest of 12 t ...  | Read..