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Gunmen play car trick on US mission
Saudi gunmen who stormed the US consulate in Jeddah had 'scoped out' the building ahead of their carefully planned attack, the US envoy to Saudi Arabia said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Karzai sworn in
Hamid Karzai was sworn in as Afghanistan's first popularly elected President today, promising to bring peace to the war-torn nation and end the economy's dependence on narcot ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush beats Osama in UK art prize
George W. Bush's home town in Texas has beaten Osama bin Laden's villa in Afghanistan to land one of Britain's best-known and controversial art prizes. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jeddah shock
Saudis and expatriates said today they were still reeling from a brazen al Qaida attack on the US consulate, the first strike on a Western mission in the kingdom. ...  | Read.. 
 
President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush with a schoolgirl during a children's Christmas show in the White House. Several schoolchildren joi ...  | Read
Condom chaos
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Massive job cuts in BBC shake-up
Britain's public broadcaster, the BBC, announced one of the biggest shake-ups in its 82-year histor..  | Read.. 
Spacey needs Beyond the Sea makeover
Even two-time Oscar winners like Kevin Spacey sometimes need a career makeover...  | Read.. 
 
Mandela son critical
The only surviving son of former South African President Ne ...  | Read.. 

Iraq toll bomb ticks on Blair
British diplomats and peers joined scientists and churchmen ...  | Read.. 

Thinking cap controls computer
Four people were able to control a computer using their tho ...  | Read.. 

Nike dragon draws China fire
China has kicked up a stink over a Nike footwear advertisem ...  | Read.. 

Russia, US clash on Ukraine future
Russia and the US today clashed over efforts to win influen ...  | Read..