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Washington quakes as lobbyist is netted
At least 20 American lawmakers and scores of Congressional aides are quaking in their boots following yesterday’s plea bargain by one of the most powerful men here in a scandal that has shades of India’s cash-for-questions episode, which netted several MPs. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Only one lived’
Only one man survived after an explosion in a West Virginia coal mine, a mine official said today, transforming joy into grief and anger just hours after a mistaken report em ...  | Read.. 
 
Bomber unleashes carnage in Baghdad
A suicide bomber caused carnage at a Shia funeral and gunmen ambushed a vital fuel convoy outside Baghdad amid a wave of attacks that killed more than 50 people today, the bl ...  | Read.. 
 
Russia, Ukraine deal to end crisis
Russia and Ukraine reached a face-saving deal today in a bitter gas dispute which hit supplies to Europe and cast doubt on Moscow’s reliability as a safe supply source. ...  | Read.. 
 
Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra (left) plays on her first day at nursery school as her parents, Crown Princess Mette-Marit (centre) and Crown Princ ...  | Read
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Mozart skull found: Scientists
Have scientists found Mozart’s skull' Researchers said yesterday they will reveal the results ..  | Read.. 
Cuba behind Kennedy murder, reveals film
The Cuban secret service was behind the assassination of President John F Kennedy, according to..  | Read..