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Former king reflects on India
Inside the fortified high walls off a square in the Kabul locality called the Argh is a king who will turn 90 tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Killing fields unearthed
Investigators have conducted their first scientific exhumation of Iraq's 'killing fields', discovering hundreds of bodies which they hope will help convict Saddam Hussein of ...  | Read.. 
 
Sorry, Blair won't say it
Tony Blair's ministers have said it, his political opponents are baying for it but the British Prime Minister refuses to utter it. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jackson just loses it over Eminem's new video
Pop star Michael Jackson, angry over a 'demeaning and insensitive' new Eminem music video that makes light of the child molestation charges against him, today asked that netw ...  | Read.. 
 
A seven-month-old Koala named Koori peers from a zookeeper's hands after regaining his health at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. Three weeks ago vets removed th ...  | Read
Racy UK condom ads banned
British advertising authorities said today they have banned racy Trojan condom poster adverts with ..  | Read.. 
Germany in Iraq troops hint
A senior German minister said today that the country, which staunchly opposed the US-led war to ous..  | Read.. 
 
Family mourns Reeve
About 100 family members and friends of Christopher Reeve r ...  | Read.. 

Pak tribals fail to free hostages
A delegation of Pakistani tribesmen met the head of a group ...  | Read.. 

CIA faces flak over grilling methods
The CIA is holding top al Qaida suspects in a secret Jordan ...  | Read.. 

On debate-eve, stakes are high
President George W. Bush and Democratic Senator John Kerry ...  | Read..