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Bush, Schroeder bury Iraq hatchet
Putting their nasty row over Iraq behind them, President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder today vowed to foster a partnership they said was vital to the transatlantic alliance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Angry Germans protest
Some 7,000 protesters, some carrying banners saying 'Bush go home', 'War Monger' and 'No. 1 Terrorist', marched through the Mainz today but were kept away from the visiting t ...  | Read.. 
 
Kidney cloned in rats
Researchers in Japan have succeeded in cloning a human kidney by cultivating human stem cells extracted from adult bone marrow into rat embryos, team members said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Orphans move Sting to song
Sting has been deeply moved by the suffering of Sri Lankan children who lost parents to Asia's tsunami and may pen a song about the island's worst natural disaster, his wife ...  | Read.. 
 
curve ball: David Beckham with Jennifer Lopez (left) and Beyonce Knowles at the premiere of Pepsi's latest advertisement in Madrid. (Reuters)
Connery a bully, say New York neighbours
Sean Connery and his family are being sued for '16 million by their Manhattan neighbours who cl..  | Read.. 
Scientists warn of bird flu pandemic
Scientists fear the avian flu that has killed 46 people in Asia could be the strain that will cause..  | Read.. 
 
Democracy godless: Pope
The Pope published a new book yesterday strongly attack ...  | Read.. 

Wonder paste
Treating early tooth decay could become easier and less pai ...  | Read.. 

Harvard chief vows to change
Harvard University president Lawrence Summers pledged yeste ...  | Read..