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US base bleeds in Mosul suicide bombing
An explosion caused many casualties at a US military base in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair surprise
Protected by US Black Hawk helicopters, Tony Blair flew into Baghdad today in a surprise show of political bravado designed to boost prospects for Iraqi elections in January. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ray of hope for Blunkett in visa ruling
A special inquiry found today that former British home secretary David Blunkett was linked to the fast-tracking of a visa for his ex-lover's nanny, but did not establish the ...  | Read.. 
 
President to work with any Ukraine candidate
Russian President Vladimir Putin today dismissed suggestions an Opposition victory in Ukraine's presidential election would deal him a personal defeat, saying he could work w ...  | Read.. 
 
The 'Charging Bull', one of New York's most recognised statues, is up for sale. The minimum bid is $5 million but sculptor and owner Arturo Di Modica ...  | Read
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Millions stolen in great bank robbery
Raiders have stolen an estimated '30 million from a bank in Northern Ireland, a source said today, ..  | Read.. 
Cellphone radiation harms DNA: Study
Radio waves from cellphones harm body cells and damage DNA in laboratory conditions, according to a..  | Read.. 
 
US warns of chilling effect
The Bush administration today protested Russia's auction of ...  | Read.. 

Zardari freedom flight ends in house arrest
The husband of Pakistani Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto w ...  | Read..