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Sunni rejection shadow on Iraq statute
Iraq’s Shia-dominated parliament completed its work on a constitution today that was at once rejected by minority Sunnis, who said it would be thrown out in an October referendum. ...  | Read.. 
 
Suicide bomber shatters post-Gaza calm
A Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up, critically wounding two guards at an Israeli bus station today in the first such attack since the eviction of Jewish settlers fr ...  | Read.. 
 
Never-before storm threat in US
Authorities in New Orleans ordered hundreds of thousands of residents to flee today as Hurricane Katrina strengthened into one of the strongest storms ever seen and barrelled ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak not to extradite Khan
Asking the US to treat it as an ally and not as a “target”, Pakistan has said it cannot go beyond what it has already done to help the probe into A.Q. Khan’s ...  | Read.. 
 
Heavy traffic on a highway near Lafayette, Louisiana, heading west to escape the oncoming Hurricane Katrina. (AFP)
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Libyan cadet with William at Sandhurst
Prince William will have unusual company when he enters the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst..  | Read.. 
Euan job with bitter critic of Bush, Blair
Euan Blair, Prime Minister Tony Blair’s eldest son, has lined up a second stint of gap yea..  | Read.. 
 
‘Real beauty’ runs into real trouble
Fully clothed, they are a group of ordinary young women ...  | Read.. 

Olivia partner mystery deepens
The mystery surrounding the disapperance of Olivia Newt ...  | Read.. 

Madonna track test
They have been used to sell everything from washing pow ...  | Read.. 

China harassment law
China today outlawed sexual harassment and pledged to impro ...  | Read..