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Saddam ban bypass with oil 'vouchers'
Saddam Hussein made $11 billion in illegal income and eroded the world's toughest economic embargo during his final years as Iraq's leader through shrewd schemes to secretly buy off dozens of countries, top foreign officials and major international figures, according to a new report by the chie ...  | Read.. 
 
Car bombing kills 40 in Multan
A car bomb explosion in Pakistanís ...  | Read.. 
 
Cusack in Must Love Dogs
John Cusack, Christopher Plummer, Stockard Channing and Dermot Mulroney have been cast in Warner Bros. Pictures' Must Love Dogs. ...  | Read.. 
 
St Bernards bid adieu to Alps
Switzerland's St Bernard rescue dogs, known for centuries for saving avalanche victims from snowy Alpine graves, are to be sold by their monk owners as helicopters and heat s ...  | Read.. 
 
Police officers remove the wreckage of a car and motorbike in Multan. (AP)
Afghan children get lesson in democracy
Sonam Hashemi was considered something of a rank outsider when she started campaigning to be electe..  | Read.. 
Laura's advice to Teresa: don't wear blue
Appearing once again on the late-night TV circuit, Laura Bush had an important message for Teresa H..  | Read..