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Saddam turns ire on Shias
Ousted President Saddam Hussein, on trial for crimes against humanity, accused Iraq’s new Shia-run interior ministry of killing and torturing thousands of Iraqis when he returned to court today. ...  | Read.. 
 
US professor believes Jesus walked on floating ice, not water
The New Testament says that Jesus walked on water, but a Florida university professor believes there could be a less miraculous explanation ' he walked on a floating piece of ...  | Read.. 
 
Mac packs Windows
Apple Computer Inc., the maker of the Macintosh computer and iPod music device, today rolled out a first-ever software patch to run Microsoft’s dominant Windows operatin ...  | Read.. 
 
Shampoo ad ire in UK
Claims made in advertisments for cosmetics and beauty products generally need to be taken with a pinch of salt. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal crackdown rolls before strike
Nepal’s royalist government detained dozens of activists and politicians in Kathmandu today in a crackdown ahead of a general strike and protests planned against King Gy ...  | Read.. 
 
Thaksin hands power to trusted aide
Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra handed power to a trusted deputy and fellow policeman today, but the move looked unlikely to yield an immediate breakthrough in Thailand ...  | Read.. 
 
Antonio Banderas and his wife Melanie Griffith at the premiere of Take the Lead in New York. (Reuters)
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As Chirac totters, unions scent victory
French trade unions stepped up calls for President Jacques Chirac to ditch a disputed youth jobs la..  | Read.. 
Alba forgives Playboy
Film star Jessica Alba forgave Playboy magazine yesterday for making her an unwitting cover ..  | Read..