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Bush sermon slap to Russia
President George W. Bush took his strongest jab so far at the state of democracy and the rule of law in Russia today, three days before he is due to meet President Vladimir Putin. ...  | Read.. 
 
Scandal-hit UN official cries foul
UN refugee agency chief Ruud Lubbers, who resigned yesterday amid sex harassment allegations, slammed an internal UN report into the accusations as flawed and unfair. ...  | Read.. 
 
'Gonzo' scribe found dead
Hunter S Thompson, who pioneered gonzo journalism, has been found dead at his Colorado home with gunshot wounds. ...  | Read.. 
 
Israel frees prisoners
Israel freed 500 Palestinian prisoners today in the largest mass release for nearly a decade, a gesture meant to bolster a ceasefire deal with new Palestinian President Mahmo ...  | Read.. 
 
Former President Bill Clinton (left) with British musician Sting (right) at the Koggala air force base, 140 km southeast of Colombo. Clinton and forme ...  | Read
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Airport illness foxes Australia
One of Australia's main airport terminals was shut today after 53 people suffered nausea, vomiting,..  | Read.. 
Fairy-tale reunion
Australian health minister Tony Abbott said he was 'flabbergasted' to be reunited with the son he g..  | Read..