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Iran leader allows women in stadiums
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today women should be allowed into sports stadiums for the first time, reversing the Islamic Republicís code preventing them watching men playing sports in big venues. ...  | Read.. 
 
Israel fears
Israeli defence minister Shaul Mofaz said today that the nuclear programme being pursued by arch-foe Iran was the most serious threat faced by Jews since the Nazi Holocaust. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak bird flu cases mounting
Pakistan reported mounting cases of the deadly H5NI bird flu virus in poultry today after discovering more infected farms near the capital. ...  | Read.. 
 
Islamabad heads naval force
Pakistan today became the first non-Nato country to take command of the Coalition Maritime Campaign Plan (CMCP) and lead the multinational anti-terror naval force. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tiger mine attacks a headache for army
Small, easy to conceal and lethal in their effect, suspected Tamil Tiger rebel claymore mines are taxing Sri Lankaís military. ...  | Read.. 
 
Microsoft: EU ruling flawed
Microsoft told a special 13-judge court today the European Commission made fundamental errors in deciding that the company illegally tied Windows Media Player to its near-mon ...  | Read.. 
 
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Saddam signatures match
Signatures on documents linking Saddam Hussein and six of his co-accused to the killings of 148 Shi..  | Read.. 
Cologne brothel poster irks Iran
A brothel in Cologne was forced to black out the flags of Saudi Arabia and Iran from a huge World C..  | Read.. 
 
No place on Earth for Moussaoui, court hears
A US attorney told the jury considering the fate of Zacaria ...  | Read..