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Pak catches Qaida number three
Pakistani security forces, with help from US intelligence, have arrested al Qaida's third most senior leader after Osama bin Laden and Ayman al Zawahri, western intelligence sources said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush: Major victory
President George W. Bush today called Pakistan's arrest of a top al Qaida operative a major victory in the war on terrorism. ...  | Read.. 
 
US soldier guilty plea rejected
A military judge today rejected a guilty plea by Lynndie England, a key figure in the Iraq prisoner abuse scandal, after evidence in her trial indicated she considered hersel ...  | Read.. 
 
Missing dinosaur link found
Birdlike dinosaurs newly unearthed in Utah may be a missing link between primitive meat-eating creatures and more evolved vegetarians, US researchers reported today. ...  | Read.. 
 
pushing hope: Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz (left) and goodwill ambassador for the UN High Commission for Refugees Angelina Jolie in Islamabad. ...  | Read
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West woes
Holocaust memorial divides Berlin
Berlin will unveil a haunting memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe next week after 17 years of c..  | Read.. 
Forget Iraq, focus on economy: Blair
On the eve of an election likely to give him an historic third term, Tony Blair appealed to Britons..  | Read.. 
 
Analyst held for data leaks
A US defence department analyst was arrested today on charg ...  | Read.. 

Infertility hope for women
An infertility molecule found in mice may help to improve t ...  | Read.. 

Brain-dead man snaps to attention
Doctors yesterday sought to understand why a brain-damaged ...  | Read.. 

Bomber posing as job seeker kills 46 in Iraq
A suicide bomber, pretending to be a job seeker, struck the ...  | Read.. 

Hillary skips Nepal
Mountaineer-turned-diplomat Sir Edmund Hillary has post ...  | Read..