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West shelves Iran referral
EU powers and Washington will not refer Iran to the UN Security Council this week so that Russia can pursue an initiative to ease a crisis over Tehran’s suspected nuclear arms plans, diplomats said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iraq visit
Jalal Talabani, the first Iraqi President to visit Iran for nearly four decades, received assurances today that Tehran supported its neighbour’s transition to democracy. ...  | Read.. 
 
Women to blame for rape: Poll
One in three Britons believes a woman who flirts is partly or totally responsible if she is raped, a “shocking” opinion poll showed today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sharon quits Likud to start new party
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon quit his Right-wing Likud today to lead a new Centrist party into an early election, taking a gamble likely to reshape Israeli politics for years ...  | Read.. 
 
Ganov, a two-and-a-half-year-old African lioness, being put into a CAT (computed axial tomography) scanner, usually reserved for humans, at the Ramba ...  | Read
Dogs in danger
Civilians killed
Dutch link
Egypt polls
Japan failure
Danger! Saucy ads up ahead
Almost a quarter of British motorists admit they have been so distracted by roadside billboards of ..  | Read.. 
Lanka hawk is new PM
Sri Lanka’s new leader swore in a hawkish Prime Minister today in a move that reinforced fears..  | Read..