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Israel pounds Lebanon, rejects force plan
Israel bombarded Lebanon for a sixth day today and dismissed as premature a proposal for an international stability force to help end the worst fighting across the Israeli-Lebanese border in more than 20 years. ...  | Read.. 
 
Safe landing for shuttle
US space shuttle Discovery landed smoothly in Florida today at the end of a 13-day mission meant to show the fleet is fit to fly safely, three years after the fatal Read.. 
 
Bush gaffe at G8 summit
President Bush was in no mood for diplomatic niceties at the G8 summit, judging by remarks made to Tony Blair as the leaders of the world’s most powerful industrial demo ...  | Read.. 
 
Tsunami swamps Java resort
A tsunami triggered by a strong undersea earthquake off the southern coast of Java island swept away buildings at an Indonesian beach resort today and killed at least 80 peop ...  | Read.. 
 
Touch of black on French TV
France will pass a cultural landmark when a black presenter reads the evening news bulletin on the country’s most popular television channel for the first time. ...  | Read.. 
 
A pair of French passports are waved in the air in Beirut on Monday as France began to evacuate its nationals from Lebanon. (AFP) Rescuers carry the body of a woman away from a car that was struck by an Israeli missile in the village of Rmeileh near the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, on Monday. (AP)
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