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India breaks bread with G7
P. Chidambaram and fellow finance ministers from two other developing countries, Brazil and South Africa, today accepted invitations from their colleagues from the G7 advanced nations to breakfast before the day's summit meeting in London. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iraq urges UN to return money
Iraq said it wanted its money back from the scandal-tainted UN oil-for-food programme yesterday as secretary-general Kofi Annan vowed to get to the bottom of wrongdoing by UN ...  | Read.. 
 
Teen cookie surprise crumbles
A Colorado judge ordered two teenage girls to pay about $900 for the distress a neighbour said they caused by giving her home-made cookies adorned with paper hearts. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pope to miss services
Pope John Paul is not yet strong enough to read his entire traditional noon message tomorrow and looks set to miss Ash Wednesday services for the first time in his papacy. ...  | Read.. 
 
Revellers at the Rio de Janiero carnival. (AFP)
$5m sweetener helps Brad appear in beer ad
He once worried about sullying his image by appearing in television advertisements but Brad Pitt ap..  | Read.. 
Search starts for new Bond
The search is on for a young actor to fill the tuxedo of agent 007 in the next James Bond film, ..  | Read..