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Germany polls on knife edge
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and his rival Angela Merkel launched a final drive on election eve today to win over up to 10 million undecided voters ' estimated to be the highest total ever. ...  | Read.. 
 
Beer-lovers vow to vote after night of excess
Legions of thirsty beer-lovers flooded Munich for the start of its world-famous Oktoberfest today, bent on bacchanalian excess but vowing to stagger to the polling booths for ...  | Read.. 
 
Rice in new warning to Iran
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice demanded today that Iran abandon a suspected quest for atomic weapons but Tehran’s new President said his country would defend its ...  | Read.. 
 
Leaders adopt limited goals
World leaders endorsed modest reforms of the UN yesterday at the end of a summit that made only limited progress on fighting poverty and terrorism, boosting security or prote ...  | Read.. 
 
Cheers!: Beer-lovers celebrate after the 17-day Munich Oktoberfest opened on Saturday. (AFP)
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Bond has no Q and no gadgets in Royale
The next James Bond film, Casino Royale, will return 007 to a more traditional role, accordi..  | Read.. 
Unlike Sourav, life is rosy for Vaughan
While Sourav Ganguly, the Indian cricket captain, is in the middle of a major crisis with his coach..  | Read.. 
 
Flicker of life in New Orleans
Signs of life flickered in New Orleans’ French Quarter ...  | Read.. 

Cheney to undergo surgery
Vice-president Dick Cheney will undergo elective surgery ne ...  | Read.. 

Afghans excited and fearful
On the eve of Afghanistan’s first parliamentary electi ...  | Read.. 

Kate Moss in cocaine apology
Moss, 31, was said to have put her career, worth up to '4 m ...  | Read..