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Defiant North Korea flexes missile muscle
A defiant North Korea today acknowledged for the first time that it had launched several missiles, vowed to carry out more tests and threatened to use force if the international community tried to stop it. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tobacco triumph
In a huge victory for the tobacco industry, the Florida Supreme Court today refused to reinstate a $145-billion punitive damages award against major cigarette makers found li ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush push for unified response
President George W. Bush pushed today to get a united international response to North Korea after the reclusive state launched a barrage of missiles in defiance of repeated w ...  | Read.. 
 
Mixed bag for Mai
Mukhtar Mai, a gangrape victim in Pakistan Punjab and eventually a celebrity among local and foreign human rights’ watchdogs, has won yet another award, but her brot ...  | Read.. 
 
Gaza violence
Israeli forces today killed 13 Palestinians in air strikes and clashes with militants in the worst violence since the Jewish state quit Gaza Strip a year ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
A visitor walks by a display of North Korea's Scud-B missile (centre) and other South Korean missiles in Seoul. (AFP)
Bomber on air on 7/7 anniversary
On the eve of the anniversary of the London bombings, Al Jazeera television aired video footage of ..  | Read.. 
Pepsi tips off, Coke catches thieves
Federal prosecutors charged three people yesterday with stealing confidential information from Coca..  | Read..