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Frantic family bid to save hostage
Britain said today it had distributed 50,000 leaflets in Baghdad in an appeal for information about a man kidnapped eight days ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Palace caught napping
A journalist posing as a workman entered a private area of Queen Elizabeth's official Scottish residence in the latest breach of royal security, the newspaper behind the stun ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak reshuffle
President Pervez Musharraf plans to reshuffle top command and staff positions in the army after the retirement of vice-chief of army staff General Mohammad Yusuf and chairman ...  | Read.. 
 
Movies just for the dogs
Lassie don't go home. Go to the movies in New Mexico. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ashley Judd at a Youth AIDS panel discussion in New York. (AFP)
Maoists get China death
Two Maoist rebels were sentenced to death in China for arms smuggling, prompting calls of clemency ..  | Read.. 
Love wins over red tape
Love triumphed over red tape and diplomatic rivalry today as Pakistan granted citizenship to an Ind..  | Read..