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Blair baton on extremists
New measures to resist indoctrination of young Muslims by extremist groups were unveiled today by Prime Minister Tony Blair, who said radical websites would be closed, firebrand clerics thrown out of the country and the human rights legislation amended, if necessary, to make all this easier. ...  | Read.. 
 
2 anti-India militant groups face ban
Two militant Islamic organisations, which have campaigned against India on the question of Kashmir, are to be proscribed or banned in Britain, Prime Minister Tony Blair s ...  | Read.. 
 
Italy river high on cocaine
The mighty Po river is not only Italy’s longest. It also may be the highest, at least judging by the amount of cocaine coursing through its waters. ...  | Read.. 
 
Letter reveals Saddam took $1bn from bank
Saddam Hussein ordered Iraq’s central bank to withdraw $1 billion for his youngest son the day before the invasion to stop it falling into foreign hands, according to a ...  | Read.. 
 
Lee Harris and Samantha Badham were buried at a funeral service at St Michael's Church in Ledbury, central England, on Friday. The couple, who was due to celebrate the 14th marriage anniversary on July 9, was killed by one of the July 7 bomb blasts near King's Cross station in London. (Reuters)
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Time running out for stuck Russia sub crew
The Russian military raced against time today to rescue seven sailors trapped on a stranded mini-su..  | Read.. 
Dylan’s Stone hits number one spot
Bob Dylan’s Like A Rolling Stone ' the song that, according to Bruce Springsteen, “..  | Read..