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Right sees red at prospect of Clinton for UN
More than four years after he left the White House, speculation that Bill Clinton harbours ambitions for a return to high office is raising the blood pressure of his long-standing foes on the Republican Right. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rice wades into West Asia
Condoleezza Rice began her first visit as secretary of state to the heart of the West Asian conflict today with Israelis and Palestinians already set on a new course of dial ...  | Read.. 
 
Policeman killed, 10 injured in Bangla clashes
A policeman was killed and 10 people were injured in sporadic clashes during a nationwide strike in Bangladesh today, the sixth in two weeks called by the country's main oppo ...  | Read.. 
 
Lovesick' See a doctor
The concept of lovesickness might be more than just a flighty poetic notion, as it can burden the afflicted with genuine mental trauma, a British psychological study warned t ...  | Read.. 
 
Revellers jump into a pool of mud during a street carnival in Brazil. (AP)
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Beer to beat drowsiness
A beer that contains the equivalent of half the caffeine in a normal cup of coffee has gone on ..  | Read.. 
Thai PM set for second term
Telecoms tycoon-turned-Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was romping to another four-year term toda..  | Read.. 
 
Iraq kidnap claim
An Islamist militant group in Iraq claimed responsibility f ...  | Read..