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Night of the shattering explosions
“They are mad. What’s the point of all this,” cried a young British barmaid after a succession of massive bomb blasts transformed Egypt’s red sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh from a holiday-makers’ paradise into an inferno of blood and destruction. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourism hit by attacks
The car bombs that killed at least 83 people on Egypt’s Red Sea coast overnight had an immediate impact on tourism today as European travellers cancelled trips to the po ...  | Read.. 
 
Heidi heads back to her roots
Heidi, one of the world’s best-known children’s book characters, is being taken back to her roots in a British-Swiss multi-million pound co-production for the s ...  | Read.. 
 
Botched attack left bagful of clues
In contrast to the carnage of the four bombings on July 7, where investigators are sifting through hundreds of dustbins of debris for clues, Thursday’s aborted terror at ...  | Read.. 
 
US actors Holly Marie Combs (left) and Rose McGowan of the TV show Charmed at a party in Hollywood. (Reuters)
Finger fracas
Blood plan
JLo’s store in a store to open in Chicago
State Street, meet JLo. ..  | Read.. 
Rhymes for modern times
Humpty Dumpty and Jack and Jill can breathe a little more easily. They are unlikely to be consigned..  | Read.. 
 
Strong quake rocks Tokyo
A strong earthquake jolted Japan’s capital Tokyo and n ...  | Read.. 

Police grill suspects, bomber fear in UK
Two persons are being questioned by police in London un ...  | Read..