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Dissidents missing ahead of China meet
Dozens of dissidents on a national hungerstrike to protest the Chinese government’s human rights polices have gone missing across China just as the country’s parliament, the National People’s Congress, goes into session here tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Scandal splits UK minister, husband
A British government minister and close ally of Prime Minister Tony Blair is to separate from her husband, who faces a high-level corruption probe in Italy, her husband’ ...  | Read.. 
 
Castro leads Cuba cricket revolution
Despite apparently making an early decision to model his image on W. G. Grace, Fidel Castro did not play cricket as a boy, preferring its poor relation, baseball. ...  | Read.. 
 
Indonesia, China report flu deaths
A three-year-old boy from Indonesia’s central Java province has died of bird flu, a senior health official said today while a man died of suspected flu in China. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sanctions on Iran not first step, says Condi
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice today said the UN Security Council was unlikely to impose sanctions on Iran as a first step in dealing with the disagreement over its n ...  | Read.. 
 
Playboy refutes Alba claim
Playboy won’t pull its March issue over actress Jessica Alba’s claim that she was made an unwitting cover girl to fool readers into thinking she is nude insi ...  | Read.. 
 
In full bloom: Italian comedian Victoria Cabello hugs British actor Orlando Bloom at the Ariston Theatre on Friday during the 56th Italian Music Fest ...  | Read
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At Oscars, what lies beneath
It’s what you don’t see the stars wearing at the Oscars that really provides the va-va-vo..  | Read.. 
Disco king Travolta to play mom in new film
He was the teenage prince of disco in Saturday Night Fever, the dreamy leader of a high scho..  | Read.. 
 
US releases prison names
The Pentagon released under court order yesterday a partial ...  | Read..