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Militants kill second American hostage
Militants killed a second American captive in Iraq after a 24-hour deadline passed today, a website statement and Arab television said. ...  | Read.. 
Megawati loses polls
Former general Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has triumphed over incumbent Megawati Sukarnoputri in Indonesia's first direct presidential vote, but must now deliver on promises of ...  | Read.. 
Firms lied about smoking for 50 yrs: US
Cigarette makers lied about the dangers of smoking for 50 years, the US government said today as its $280 billion case against the industry went to trial. ...  | Read.. 
Iran defies UN, starts uranium tests
Iran defied the UN today by announcing it would go on converting a large amount of raw uranium to prepare it for enrichment, a process that can be used to develop atomic bomb ...  | Read.. 
A Chechen girl at a refugee centre in Moszno, near Warsaw, Poland. The centre has 182 refugees, most of them Chechens. The number of Chechens crossing ...  | Read
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Bloggers put CBS in a spot
Internet bloggers have drawn blood and American journalism may never be the same...  | Read.. 
Kilmer takes a biblical risk
It's a big-budget musical spectacle based on a biblical tale. It contains dialogue that's sung thro..  | Read.. 
Female guards at US missions
Pakistan has stationed female security guards at US diploma ...  | Read.. 

If De Gaulle can, so will Musharraf
Pakistan's President, General Pervez Musharraf, said in an ...  | Read.. 

Nazi past haunts millionaire
A show of modern art belonging to the millionaire grandson ...  | Read.. 

Massive protest for democracy in Nepal
About 15,000 people marched in the Nepali capital today to ...  | Read.. 

'Two women for two men'
The family of a British hostage threatened with execution i ...  | Read..