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Grim start to Bush party
President George W. Bush told US troops today that 'much more will be asked of you' in Iraq and elsewhere as three days of ceremonies marking his inauguration got off to a sombre beginning. ...  | Read.. 
 
India-style MMS sex scandal rocks SA
A scandal similar to the MMS school sex episode that rocked India recently is gripping a high school in the town of Pietermaritzburg, about 100 km from here. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pokemon cancer gene
Scientists have discovered a new cancer-causing gene that they believe could be a molecular master switch for the disease. ...  | Read.. 
 
New virus linked to Sars affects children
A newly discovered virus related to the Sars virus may cause several mysterious childhood ailments, including Kawasaki disease, US researchers reported yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ahem! President George W. Bush greets pop singer Hilary Duff (right) at the youth concert as First Lady Laura Bush looks on in Washington. (Reuters)
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Iraq returns to haunt Blair again
Iraq returned to haunt Prime Minister Tony Blair today as pictures of British soldiers apparently a..  | Read.. 
'Oldest mum' stands firm
A 66 year-old Romanian woman dubbed 'the world's oldest mum' in the local press defended yesterday ..  | Read.. 
 
Firms foot bash bill
American companies with deep pockets and an even deeper int ...  | Read.. 

Bombs on wheels kill 26
Insurgents detonated a suicide truck bomb outside Australia ...  | Read.. 

Africa fossils to plug gaps
African fossils of one of our earliest ancestors, who lived ...  | Read.. 

Pak attack
A diplomat from Kazakhstan was in critical condition in a c ...  | Read..