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Would-be citizens face Britishness test
Foreigners who want to apply for British nationality will have to pass a “Britishness test” from tomorrow, the home office announced today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bill Gates’ $258m boost to malaria war
Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates has pledged $258.3 million for research and development to combat malaria, including new cash to test the world's first vaccine agains ...  | Read.. 
 
Battle lines over Bush choice
President George W. Bush nominated conservative judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court today in a move likely to set off a partisan battle with Democrats as he tries to righ ...  | Read.. 
 
Musharraf rules out defence budget cuts
President Pervez Musharraf today said Pakistan has no plans to cut defence spending despite needing emergency aid to rebuild after the devastating October 8 earthquake. ...  | Read.. 
 
Actors Michael Pena (left) and Nicolas Cage on the sets of Paramount Pictures' untitled World Trade Center project in New York. Pena and Cage portray ...  | Read
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Survey finds leader apathy in Russia
More than half of Russians think everyone in power is dishonest, a survey showed today, from the Pr..  | Read.. 
Help or face action, UN orders Syria
The UN Security Council voted unanimously today for a resolution demanding Syria cooperate with a U..  | Read.. 
 
UK heat again on Blunkett
Pressure mounted on senior cabinet minister David Blunkett ...  | Read.. 

Paris tension
Interior minister Nicolas Sarkozy today defended his tough ...  | Read.. 

Capitol salute to Rosa Parks
Civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks became the first woman to l ...  | Read..