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Scandal-hit Blunkett back in cabinet
Tony Blair, who returned to power with a greatly reduced majority, has appointed a new cabinet with an old look. ...  | Read.. 
 
Labour gains from surprise Muslim vote
The surprise from Tony Blair’s point of view is not the number of Muslim voters who wanted to punish him over the Iraq war but the number who, despite all their reservat ...  | Read.. 
 
Korea on brink of first nuke blast: US
America’s spy satellites have detected frenetic activity in North Korea indicating that the secretive Stalinist state is on the verge of detonating a nuclear weapon ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush takes Russia jab over Baltic states
President George W. Bush denounced Soviet Cold War rule of eastern Europe as 'one of the greatest wrongs of history' today in a jab at Moscow two days before celebrations of ...  | Read.. 
 
Angelina Jolie climbs a bus during her visit to the Kacha Gari refugee camp in Peshawar. (Reuters)
Hard times for ‘cadet’ Harry
In the words of those who have gone before, Prince Harry is 'in for a bit of a shock' when he start..  | Read.. 
Jolie objects to moving exiles
Angelina Jolie today wrapped up a four-day visit to Pakistan on a dissenting note, saying that ..  | Read..