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Iraq not safe for Russians: Putin
Iraq is still too dangerous for Russian companies to work there, President Vladimir Putin was quoted as saying today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Laureate's absence mars Nobel prize party
Scientists and economists from the US, Israel and Norway received their Nobel prizes today at a ceremony marked by the conspicuous absence of literature laureate Elfriede Jel ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush backs Annan, rebuffs Republicans
The Bush administration expressed confidence in UN secretary-general Kofi Annan yesterday and said he should stay in office, in a belated rebuff to demands from Republicans i ...  | Read.. 
 
Kiss of poison
The wife of Ukrainian Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko said today she tasted poison on his lips when she kissed him, and blamed the poisoning for disfiguring her husband&# ...  | Read.. 
 
Vladimir Putin in Moscow. (Reuters)
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10 killed in Quetta bombing
A powerful bomb exploded near an army truck in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta today,..  | Read.. 
Yahoo in desktop search test
Yahoo Inc said yesterday it will begin testing a free desktop search service in early January, foll..  | Read.. 
 
Wounded Iraqi's killer pleads guilty
An American soldier pleaded guilty at a court martial in Ba ...  | Read..