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Iraq churches hit by blasts
Explosions damaged five churches in Baghdad early today in a fresh wave of attacks aimed at Iraq's small but deep-rooted Christian community. ...  | Read.. 
 
EU nominee in single mother row
Rocco Buttiglione, Italy's disputed candidate for EU justice and security commissioner, attacked Italian media today for what he said was a total distortion of his views on s ...  | Read.. 
 
Chinese to get extra security, assures Pak
Pakistan will provide extra security to Chinese nationals working in the country and hunt down a former Guantanamo Bay inmate who masterminded the abduction of two Chinese e ...  | Read.. 
 
De Niro snub sparks fury in Italy
Hollywood heavyweight Robert De Niro snubbed the country of his forebears twice in as many days, refusing a top honour from fashion capital Milan on Thursday and then standin ...  | Read.. 
 
After the thrill is gone: Don Henley (left) and Joe Walsh of The Eagles perform during their Farewell concert in Bangkok. (AFP)
Exam board clears Harry
Prince Harry was cleared yesterday of cheating in his art A-level by the examination board that..  | Read.. 
Bush kin back trashy TV soap
Probably the last thing Josh Schwartz imagined when he created his sultry soap about rich, young Ca..  | Read.. 
 
Kim rues lack of mature roles
Kim Basinger said actresses get the short end of the stick ...  | Read.. 

Zarqawi held reports untrue: US
The US military said today reports that Jordanian militant ...  | Read.. 

Dog clemency
Dog-lovers in Britain celebrated today after a judge grante ...  | Read.. 

Clashes mar counting
Afghan children and US soldiers were among six people repor ...  | Read..