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Kerry changes tune on outsourcing
With opinion polls showing that John Kerry may make it to the White House by the skin of his teeth on November 2, the Democrat challenging President George W. Bush has moderated his campaign rhetoric on outsourcing. ...  | Read.. 
 
Attack kills 5 in Iraq safest place
Two suicide bombers killed five civilians, including three US nationals, today in one of the bloodiest attacks inside Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, and America's top enemy ...  | Read.. 
 
Hostage killed in rescue bid
A Chinese engineer held hostage by al Qaida-linked militants in Pakistan was killed today but his colleague rescued in a commando assault that killed their five kidnappers, ...  | Read.. 
 
Kabul vote count begins
Vote counting began in Afghanistan today, five days after millions of men and women shrugged off militant threats to take part in a landmark presidential election they hope w ...  | Read.. 
 
Oprah Winfrey with Julia Roberts during the taping of her show in Chicago. (AP)
Beijing grieves over death
China voiced grief at the death of a Chinese engineer killed today when Pakistani forces stormed a ..  | Read.. 
Man sacked for beard size
A young Muslim railway worker who claims he was sacked after a row over the length of his beard ha..  | Read.. 
 
China, Russia end border row
China and Russia today resolved the last of their decades-o ...  | Read.. 

'Beckham' virus attack
Virus writers are attempting to take over computer users' P ...  | Read..