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Blunkett out, mystery stays in place
A lonely man, made lonelier by his blindness, searching for love ' that is probably the kindest way to describe the private wilderness of David Blunkett, a senior Labour politician who resigned from the cabinet today, the second time he has been forced to do so in less than a year. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hawks win support over aid
Islamic radicals have strengthened their popular support in Pakistan by taking advantage of the government’s initially faltering aid relief for earthquake victims. ...  | Read.. 
 
Increase in quake toll
Pakistan today dramatically increased the official death toll of the October 8 earthquake to 73,276 and said it could rise further ...  | Read.. 
 
CIA’s covert prison system
The CIA has been hiding and interrogating some of its most important al Qaida captives at a Soviet-era compound in eastern Europe, according to US and foreign officials f ...  | Read.. 
 
US singer Ashlee Simpson at a TV show in Toronto. (Reuters)
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What does Bush carry in pockets'
Inquiring minds want to know. What does President George W. Bush carry in his pockets' Not much, it..  | Read.. 
Madonna Confession: Hung Up on new tech
When Madonna takes the stage in Lisbon tomorrow to perform her new single Hung Up, it will ..  | Read.. 
 
Chirac calls for calm as rioting continues
President Jacques Chirac urged calm and dialogue today afte ...  | Read.. 

Al Qaida top gun escapes
Omar al-Faruq, one of al Qaida’s most senior global op ...  | Read..