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Bush comes under shake-up pressure
US President George W. Bush, whose top adviser Karl Rove remains in jeopardy in a CIA-leak probe, needs to shake up his White House staff if he hopes to revive a presidency reeling from multiple setbacks, Republican and Democratic lawmakers said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
British MP in oil scandal
British MP George Galloway is facing a new legal battle over claims that he benefited from Saddam Husseinís manipulation of the UN oil-for-food programme after it wa ...  | Read.. 
 
Paris riots, three nights in a row
Gangs of youths lobbed stones at police and set cars ablaze in a northeastern suburb of Paris in a third night of riots sparked by the deaths of two teenagers electrocuted wh ...  | Read.. 
 
ĎIron Camelí bids adieu
It survived sabotage attempts by T.E. Lawrence and bands of Bedouin tribesmen, but after a century of transporting passengers across Arabia, the celebrated Hijaz railway appe ...  | Read.. 
 
Designer Tommy Hilfiger with girlfriend Lizzie Somerby at a party in New York. (Reuters)
Lover jailed
Tigersí anthem
Boar-hunting cops
Iraqi govt officials killed
Iran fury
Gaza halt
Bird flu
Fischer ties fifth knot in Rome
Outgoing German foreign minister Joschka Fischer has married for the fifth time, wedding his compan..  | Read.. 
Da Vinci Code faces truth test
The trial will begin in the high court in London on February 27 next year to decide whether Dan..  | Read.. 
 
Bomberís father looks for answers
The father of Shehzad Tanweer, the first of the July 7 ...  | Read.. 

Yawn! But long live communist mantras
Which of the following is the best way for the Chinese ...  | Read..