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Bush: No favours for Blair
President George W. Bush appeared to rule out any legally-binding treaty to cut global warming last night, crushing Tony Blair’s dream of a groundbreaking deal on climate change. ...  | Read.. 
 
The fall of an apostle
Part of one of Australia’s most famous natural landmarks has been reduced to a pile of rubble after one of the ruggedly beautiful Twelve Apostles rock pillars collapsed ...  | Read.. 
 
Rape victim: I was expelled
A Pakistani doctor, whose alleged gangrape sparked protests among local tribesmen in southern Baluchistan province, has claimed that she was expelled from the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Collision angers Russian
A Russian astrologist who says Nasa has altered her horoscope by crashing a spacecraft into a comet is suing the US space agency for damages of $300 million, local media repo ...  | Read.. 
 
President George W. Bush kisses Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito at an Independence Day ceremony in Morgantown, West Virginia. (AFP)
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Kasparov plots Putin strategy
In 20 years at the top of the chess world, he used his laser-like focus to destroy his rivals. Now ..  | Read.. 
Partial victory for Harry teacher
A teacher who claimed Prince Harry cheated in his A-level art coursework has won a claim for un..  | Read..