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Earth can't bear humans anymore
Humans are damaging the planet at an unprecedented rate and raising risks of abrupt collapses in nature that could spur disease, deforestation or 'dead zones' in the seas, an international report said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran opens nuke door
Iran's President Mohammad Khatami took a group of journalists deep underground today into the heart of a key nuclear plant which Washington wants dismantled and whose existen ...  | Read.. 
 
Pornography school
A California university, once ranked by Playboy magazine as the top US party school, is probing a fraternity for a party where a hard-core sex film was made, a school ...  | Read.. 
 
Nasal tube for Pope
Pope John Paul is being fed through a nasal tube to boost his strength, the Vatican said today, casting a dramatic new light on the Pontiff's struggle to recover from throat ...  | Read.. 
 
First Lady Laura Bush with schoolgirls at Kabul University on Wednesday. ...  | Read
Bush, Kim paths set to cross
North Korea's reclusive leader Kim Jong-il could attend Russian World War II victory celebrations i..  | Read.. 
Forbidden fruit fine on Swank
Two-time Oscar-winning actor Hilary Swank has been fined for bringing forbidden fruit into New Zeal..  | Read.. 
 
Wolfowitz
European ministers gave the green light today for US nomine ...  | Read.. 

Annan sought job for son: Report
UN secretary-general Kofi Annan was last night under re ...  | Read..