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Tearful settlers leave last Gaza enclave
Tearful but resigned, settlers left the Gaza Stripís last Jewish enclave today to complete the evacuation of the territory after nearly four decades of occupation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Muslim chiefs admit failure
The most powerful Islamic body in Britain admitted yesterday that it had failed to carry out even basic checks for extremism among its affiliated groups. ...  | Read.. 
 
BA in bid to save caterer
British Airways said today talks were under way with Gate Gourmet that could stave off bankruptcy of the catererís UK operations which supply BA with 80,000 in-flight me ...  | Read.. 
 
Stem cell fusion
US researchers said today they have created a new human embryonic stem cell by fusing an embryonic stem cell to an ordinary skin cell. ...  | Read.. 
 
A woman smokes outside her office in London. On Monday, a new survey has suggested that most people in England and Wales back a complete ban on smok ...  | Read
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Blair office ends holiday blackout
Tony Blairís office ended an unprecedented news blackout on the British Prime Ministerís ..  | Read.. 
Joan Baez joins war protest near Bush ranch
Folk singer Joan Baez joined anti-war protesters near President George W. Bushís ranch yesterd..  | Read.. 
 
Chandrika brother new foreign minister
The brother of Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga w ...  | Read.. 

Bangla cleric held as manhunt intensifies
Bangladesh today arrested a former chief of the state-owned ...  | Read.. 

Maoist attack as Gyanendra begins tour
Maoist rebels blew up a police vehicle in western Nepal tod ...  | Read..