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Blair: Most intense hunt on for killers
Prime Minister Tony Blair condemned last week’s bomb attacks in London as a “murderous carnage of the innocent” today and vowed Britain would hunt down the suspected Islamist militants responsible. ...  | Read.. 
 
Militants flee prison
Four dangerous militants escaped from detention today at the main American base in Afghanistan, the US military said, a new embarrassment for US forces struggling with a wors ...  | Read.. 
 
Arsonists burn Russia shop, 20 die
Arsonists torched a Russian shop today, killing 20 people, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Taliban shadow looms over radical Pak state
Islamists ruling a Pakistani province plan an “accountability department” to promote Islamic practices but opponents say the proposal conjures up the spectre of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Vanessa Sykes (right) comforts her friend Caroline Hall after laying a floral tribute for the victims of the bomb attacks at a church near King's Cross Station, central London. Their flatmate Philip Russell, who would have been 29 on Monday, is missing since the bombings. (Reuters)
Alarms put UK, Europe on edge
Bomb threats have left European cities on edge after blasts in London that killed at least 52 peopl..  | Read.. 
Star smile at a cost
Dazzlingly white, perfectly aligned, and now with a touch of glamour: New York cosmetic dentists ar..  | Read.. 
 
No-backlash pat for Britain
Britain’s leading campaigner for racial equality said ...  | Read.. 

Hillary for fast action to prevent disasters
Global warming is melting glaciers around Mount Everest, th ...  | Read.. 

Rebels woo Nepal parties
In a significant political initiative aimed at isolatin ...  | Read..