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Leave Lebanon, Bush tells straying Syria
President George W. Bush demanded Syria pull troops from Lebanon today in the wake of the killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri and said he would seek support from European leaders next week to put more pressure on Damascus. ...  | Read.. 
 
Shia alliance secures slim majority in Iraq
Iraq's Shia alliance won a slim majority of seats in the new National Assembly, the Electoral Commission said today, securing them power after decades of domination by minori ...  | Read.. 
 
Sharon spared, son indicted
Israel's attorney general decided not to file charges against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and former aides in a campaign funding scandal but indicted his son today, the justi ...  | Read.. 
 
Final hunt held as ban looms
Thousands of defiant British fox-hunting enthusiasts rode out today to enjoy their ancient pastime for one last time before becoming outlaws. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nazek, the widow of slain former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq al-Hariri, prays at his grave in Beirut. (AFP)
Veteran's thumbs down to painkillers
A veteran US Food and Drug Administration scientist today said he saw no need for the pain drugs kn..  | Read.. 
Sideways wine pops the word
And the Oscar for Hollywood's word of the year goes to 'pinot,' as in pinot noir, the wine variety ..  | Read.. 
 
30 kg of UK plutonium missing
About 30 kg of plutonium, enough to make seven or eight nuc ...  | Read.. 

Korea's Nero
Kim Jong-il celebrated his birthday in exuberant fashio ...  | Read..