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Biker Bush kept in the dark
President George W. Bush was not told for nearly an hour while he finished a bike ride about a breach in White House airspace yesterday that prompted the highest alert since the September 11, 2001, attacks, the White House said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Capital caught in mad dash for safety
It was five minutes before noon. US Capitol police chief Terrance W. Gainer was walking into the Senate dining room, with the assistant director of the Secret Service and ...  | Read.. 
 
Doctors seek smoking ban
British doctors called today for a ban on smoking in all enclosed public places, saying government proposals for a partial ban could be unworkable. ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists back Nepal parties
Nepalís powerful Maoists will support the countryís main political parties in their campaign to restore democracy after King Gyanendra seized power three months ago ...  | Read.. 
 
President George W. Bush ( left in cap) returns to the White House after the security scare. (AFP)
Galloway, Pasqua deny Iraq oil charges
A US Senate committee said today British parliamentarian George Galloway and former French interior..  | Read.. 
Urban crime uniform faces ban
Britainís largest shopping centre said today it was banning youths wearing the ďurban cri..  | Read..