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Carnage in Baghdad mosques on holy day
Suicide bombers killed at least 17 people in attacks on two Shia mosques in Baghdad today as thousands of Shias commemorated Ashura, the main event in their religious calendar. ...  | Read.. 
 
Radiation respite for cellphones
A Finnish survey of some of the world's most popular mobile phones found the amount of radiation they emit is well below agreed limits and largely in line with data published ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush to back strike on Iran
President George W. Bush added a new twist to the international tension over Iran's nuclear programme last night by pledging to support Israel if it tries to destroy the ...  | Read.. 
 
Genetic map sets up medical breakthrough
The first published map of human genetic differences offers a major step toward truly personalised medicine, from predicting who will get what disease to finding ways of choo ...  | Read.. 
 
Will Smith kisses his co-star Amber Valletta at a photocall for their new film Hitch at the 55th Berlinale Film Festival in Berlin. (AFP)
Studies leave no doubt it's getting warmer
A parcel of studies looking at the oceans and melting Arctic ice leave no room for doubt that it is..  | Read.. 
Amid row, Harvard boss relents on remarks
Harvard University president Lawrence Summers bowed to faculty pressure yesterday and released a co..  | Read..