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Jittery EU plays down bird flu threat
Europe strove today to balance moves to test for outbreaks of deadly bird flu with keeping people calm and avoiding widespread panic after the disease was found in Turkey and Romania. ...  | Read.. 
 
Koizumi visit sparks anger
China and South Korea protested angrily today after Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi paid homage at a Tokyo shrine for war dead that its neighbours consider a symbol ...  | Read.. 
 
Space success sends China spirits soaring
China’s second manned spacecraft returned today after orbiting the Earth for five days as patriotic fervour gripped the nation and the media hailed the mission as a symb ...  | Read.. 
 
Mugabe ire
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe today railed against President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, calling them “unholy men” and “internatio ...  | Read.. 
 
Sheryl Crow performs on the opening night of her Wildflower Tour in Seattle. (Reuters)
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US court clears way for inmate abortion
The US Supreme Court under new Chief Justice John Roberts cleared the way today for a pregnant Miss..  | Read.. 
In China, church goes underground
The matronly woman reading the Bible to a dozen solemn-looking migrant workers gathered in her tiny ..  | Read.. 
 
Belfast ban on smoking
Northern Ireland followed in the footsteps of the Irish Rep ...  | Read.. 

Amazon trip lies in ruins
Mountaineer and trekker Raheela Gul, who also enjoyed extre ...  | Read.. 

Iran vents anger at Britain over blasts
Thousands of Iranians vented their anger at Britain today a ...  | Read..