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Russian forces wipe out raiders
Russia’s Vladimir Putin today vowed to show no mercy to insurgents after saluting an operation in which his forces said they killed scores of gunmen who launched a brazen raid on a town in the Caucasus. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bird flu knock on Europe’s door
European Union experts held crisis talks on the spread of the bird flu to examine the risk migratory birds might pose for the region. ...  | Read.. 
 
Poultry panic flies fast
Hungarian butchers throw up their arms in despair as customers shun their poultry, anxious citizens across Europe buy up anti-flu vaccine, and Bulgarian newspapers proclaim o ...  | Read.. 
 
2005 on hottest list
2005 will be the second or third warmest year on record globally, Britain’s national weather service said today, as climate concerns build among people in polar and low- ...  | Read.. 
 
Relatives of a policeman killed during the fights cry next to his coffin in Nalchik. (AFP)
Pillow for peace
Toxic leeks
Security blanket for Iraq referendum
A security clampdown emptied city streets and highways across Iraq today on the eve of a constituti..  | Read.. 
Crowe career flies with time
For Jerry Maguire director Cameron Crowe, whose new movie Elizabethtown debuts today,..  | Read.. 
 
UK Muslim magazine in mainstream makeover
Britain’s first Muslim lifestyle magazine has gone mai ...  | Read.. 

Bush aide testifies in spy leak case
President George W. Bush’s top political adviser, Karl ...  | Read..