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Bush aide loses relief role
The Bush administration moved to quell a political storm today by replacing the embattled head of emergency operations along the US Gulf Coast, as rescue workers in New Orleans ended recovery efforts and began collecting the dead victims of Hurricane Katrina. ...  | Read.. 
 
Landslide win gives Mubarak fifth term
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak won a fifth six-year term in office with 88.6 per cent of votes cast in the country’s first multi-candidate presidential election, the o ...  | Read.. 
 
Powell critical of response
Colin Powell, the former US secretary of state seen as a potential leader for Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts, has joined the chorus of Americans criticising the disaster ...  | Read.. 
 
Surprise! Rushdie out of Booker shortlist
British author Julian Barnes was named hot favourite for the Booker Prize yesterday, but the biggest shock was the omission of three literary heavyweights from the shortlist ...  | Read.. 
 
English actor Rachel Weisz in Venice to promote her latest film The Constant Gardener. (AFP)
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Former PM not to back Yushchenko
Sacked Ukraine Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said today she would not back the camp of President ..  | Read.. 
Agassi mantra: Kids first, then tennis
Andre Agassi has his priorities straight: kids first, then tennis...  | Read.. 
 
Alam plea rejected
An appeal by a former lover of England manager Sven-Goran E ...  | Read.. 

PNG quake
A major earthquake measuring 7.3 in magnitude shook parts o ...  | Read.. 

Police seize Dhaka bomb cache
Bangladesh police said they had seized about 200 small bomb ...  | Read..