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Russia & Putin breathe fire
Russians massed in their hundreds of thousands today to denounce terrorism, as President Vladimir Putin rejected talks with Chechen separatists, blamed for at least 335 deaths in last week’s school hostage siege. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair vows shake-up as minister quits
A British minister’s shock resignation will lead to a wider reshuffle this week, Prime Minister Tony Blair said today, sparking rumours of plots and feuds at the heart of gov ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal union asks 35 firms to close
A Nepali labour union with links to Maoist rebels asked 35 firms across the embattled Himalayan kingdom today to shut shop in a move aimed at bolstering the guerrilla campaig ...  | Read.. 
 
Parties slam Pervez bid to stay army chief
Pakistan Opposition parties today hit back at President Pervez Musharraf’s suggestion that he might continue as army chief beyond December 2004 as most Pakistanis want him to ...  | Read.. 
 
Relatives carry the coffin of two-year-old Georgiy Durov before his funeral in Beslan. (AFP)
Bully bash
Juggle jig
Nun nab
Me, President' Tee-hee-hee-hee
“I’ve got kind of a bizarre body, a big ass, and fat thighs. I’ve got a goofy-looking nose, ears th..  | Read.. 
Iraqi gunmen kidnap Italian women aiding schools
Gunmen abducted two Italian aid workers and two Iraqis in central Baghdad on Tuesday in a brazen at..  | Read.. 
 
Clinton escaped big attack
Former US President Bill Clinton was recovering after succe ...  | Read.. 

Dubya slip
US President George W. Bush offered an unexpected reason ye ...  | Read.. 

Kerry, Bush spar over Iraq
(Reuters): Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry l ...  | Read..