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Saddam breathes fire at trial
Saddam Hussein defiantly challenged the legitimacy of the US-backed court, but then entered a plea of not guilty as he went on trial today for crimes against humanity committed two decades ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
12 years ago, great leader ruled Iraq
Twelve years ago, I could never have imagined that Iraqis would put their former President on trial. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh bird flu outbreak in China
China today announced its first reported outbreak of bird flu in more than two months, saying the disease had killed 2,600 birds, mostly chickens, on a farm in its northern I ...  | Read.. 
 
Team named for Maoist talks
As the Nepal government began preparing for February’s municipal elections, the seven-party Opposition alliance formed a high-level committee to start talks with the ...  | Read.. 
 
Saddam Hussein addresses the judges at the trial in Baghdad on Wednesday. The presiding judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin is probably not about to be a house ...  | Read
Church change
Foul fumes
Daring doll
 
Madonna the teacher
The hulking security guards standing at the side of a Hunter College lecture hall was a big hint th..  | Read.. 
Baby 81 turns one
Nearly 10 months after he was found among tsunami debris to become a beacon of hope and Sri Lanka&#..  | Read.. 
 
Hurricane Wilma takes aim at US
Hurricane Wilma, which triggered mudslides that killed up t ...  | Read..