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After clashes, conflict of claims
Iraq’s interim government said it had defused a Shia rebellion in Najaf today without a shot being fired, but rebel militiamen denied police had seized the city’s sacred Imam Ali mosque from their control. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kennedy or George, US won’t take a chance
Senator Ted Kennedy, the archetypal liberal Democrat from Massachusetts, is often called names by Republicans. But until this year he had never been viewed as a threat to US ...  | Read.. 
 
Musharraf urges US to respect Iraq holy sites
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, a key ally in the US-led war on terror, has urged America to respect the sanctity of Muslim holy sites in Iraq and to avoid civilian cas ...  | Read.. 
 
Jackson secret world
Investigators drew back the veil on the frenetic opulence of Michael Jackson’s Neverland ranch, revealing a mansion filled with a breathtaking mix of classic taste and theme- ...  | Read.. 
 
Actors Tom Hewitt (left) and Melissa Errico attend a party after the opening of Dracula, The Musical in New York. (AFP)
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Bird flu outbreak feared
The discovery of a deadly bird flu strain in Malaysia after cases elsewhere in southeast Asia signa..  | Read.. 
More stars on anti-Bush tour
The coalition of the willing-to-rock is growing. ..  | Read.. 
 
‘Olympic’ relic found
A Bulgarian archaeologist has unearthed an ancient gold mas ...  | Read.. 

Cleric death fuels concern
Pakistan’s leading human rights group has expressed concern ...  | Read.. 

Stuntmen to snare stardust
Nasa has recruited two Hollywood helicopter stunt pilots fo ...  | Read..