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Bloody day sparks war fears
A car bomb in a Shia holy city and bloody battles around Sunni mosques in Baghdad that breached a second dayís curfew on the capital heightened fears today that Iraq was heading for civil war. ...  | Read.. 
 
Death for spy chief
An Afghan court sentenced a former spy chief to death for killing hundreds of people during communist rule, the first such punishment for war crimes after decades of conflict ...  | Read.. 
 
Saudi threats
Al Qaida in Saudi Arabia claimed responsibility today for an attack on a Saudi oil facility at Abqaiq, when security forces fired at suicide bombers trying to storm the world ...  | Read.. 
 
BlackBerry averts shutdown
The maker of the BlackBerry wireless device, Research in Motion, averted a potentially catastrophic US shutdown as a judge declined to issue an injunction in a long-running p ...  | Read.. 
 
Coup men grilled, Manila paper raided
Suspected coup plotters were hauled in for questioning and the office of an Opposition newspaper was raided in the Philippines today, a day after President Gloria Macapagal A ...  | Read.. 
 
Key phase for Mars Orbiter
Nasaís Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is headed into a perilous phase after a seven-month journey from Earth, aiming to start looping around the Red Planet on March 10, spa ...  | Read.. 
 
slapstick: Richard Gere at the Hasty Pudding Theatricals at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (AP)
Slapper in slammer
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Sheryl Crow operated for breast cancer
Grammy winner Sheryl Crow had surgery for breast cancer and postponed a North American tour schedul..  | Read.. 
Fresh Hillary hint of White House run
Hillary Clinton has recruited two loud-mouthed consultants who masterminded her husbandís ..  | Read.. 
 
Animal rights
Hundreds of rival protesters marched through Oxford today t ...  | Read.. 

Rice to repay Straw with home trip
British foreign secretary Jack Straw said today US secretar ...  | Read..