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Europe in Iran missile range
Iran has increased the range of its missiles to 2,000 km, a senior official was quoted as saying today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gaddafi son to help free Bigley
The son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said today he was using his charity foundation contacts in Iraq to help free British hostage Kenneth Bigley, saying the next 48 hours ...  | Read.. 
 
US running mates set for debate showdown
Vice-president Dick Cheney and Senator John Edwards take centrestage in the race for the White House in a nationally televised debate that is likely to focus on the Iraq war ...  | Read.. 
 
Physics Nobel
Three American scientists won the 2004 Nobel physics prize today for showing how tiny quark particles interact, helping to explain everything from how a coin spins to how the ...  | Read.. 
 
The fast and the classic: A model stands between an Alfa Romeo G1 (left) and an Alfa Romeo 8c Competizione outside the Sydney International Motor Show ...  | Read
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Rumsfeld's Saddam confession
Donald Rumsfeld, the American defence secretary, has said that he has seen no 'strong, hard evidenc..  | Read.. 
Karzai bounces back on poll trail
Afghan President Hamid Karzai hit the election trail today for the first time since an assassinatio..  | Read.. 
 
Vote crucial for ending violence on women
US-based Human Rights Watch said today women were still per ...  | Read.. 

Israel strike kills top militant
Israel killed the chief military commander of the Palestini ...  | Read.. 

No change in Nepal polls
Nepal will continue with its plans for elections in April e ...  | Read..