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Son scandal returns to haunt Annan
The son of Kofi Annan, the UN secretary-general, lobbied for business contacts at gatherings of UN officials on behalf of a company in the same year as it won an oil-for-food programme deal, it has emerged. ...  | Read.. 
 
Thai planes 'bird-bomb' restive south
Around 50 Thai Air Force planes 'bombed' the largely Muslim south with 100 million paper birds today as a symbol of peace for the region where nearly 500 people have been kil ...  | Read.. 
 
Lad-turned-lady gets to keep man's share
A judge in Saudi Arabia has provoked controversy within the strictly Islamic kingdom by ruling in favour of a transsexual, whose scandalised family tried to strip him of ...  | Read.. 
 
Prisoner swap thaw in West Asia
Egypt sent a convicted Israeli spy home after eight years in jail and Israel released six Egyptian infiltrators today in a sign that relations strained by the Palestinian upr ...  | Read.. 
 
Spanish crown prince Felipe and his wife princess Letizia at the La Cartuja Olympic stadium to watch Spain's Carlos Moya play Andy Roddick of the US i ...  | Read
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Heavyweight holiday tells on seats
Dozens of seats on the Queen Mary II, the world's biggest, newest and most luxurious cru..  | Read.. 
Ex-flame to testify against Blunkett
Kimberly Quinn has demanded the right to testify against her former lover David Blunkett in the..  | Read.. 
 
Guerrillas gun down 17 Iraqis
Guerrillas shot dead 17 Iraqis working for the US army and ...  | Read.. 

French standoff
A soldier today threatened to blow up a site storing about ...  | Read..