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Bush urges patience, no pullout plan
President George W. Bush asked for patience from Americans weary of the rising US death toll in Iraq today and said a reduction in American troops may be possible but rejected a pullout timetable. ...  | Read.. 
 
Belgian first European bomber
A Belgian-born convert to Islam has become the first European woman suicide bomber, killing herself recently in Iraq, French intelligence officials have claimed. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal Left plans rally
The Communist Party of Nepal (UML) is organising a massive rally near the Tribhuvan International airport to coincide with the return of King Gyanendra from a thre ...  | Read.. 
 
Tang Ge grabs phone, talks to woman
Tom Cruise got a taste of Asian cellphone etiquette in Shanghai when a local reporter took a call in the middle of his press event on the city’s historic Bund today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Charlize Theron at MTV's Total Request Live programme in New York. (AFP)
Couple clash
Record art
Peres for Sharon
WHO protest
Bangla move
Pinter Nobel
Julia still highest-paid actress
She traded Hollywood for motherhood and did not star in a movie this year, but Julia Roberts still ..  | Read.. 
2 Saudi women win in Jeddah local polls
Two Saudi women triumphed today in an unprecedented election to a local business group, the first v..  | Read..