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Pak fails to win Britain’s faith
Although Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has been thanked by US President George W. Bush as well British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his home secretary John Reid, not everyone in Britain is convinced of Pakistan’s good faith in fighting Islamic terrorism. ...  | Read.. 
 
Castro up and about but unsure
On his 80th birthday, Fidel Castro cautioned Cubans he faced a long recovery from surgery and advised them to prepare for “adverse news”, but urged them to stay opt ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh warning
Authorities today warned Britons to remain vigilant, saying they may still be in the crosshairs of Islamic terrorists after security forces foiled an alleged plot to bring do ...  | Read.. 
 
Heathrow travel chaos
Airlines cancelled almost a third of flights from Britain’s busiest airport today, plunging travellers into a fourth day of travel chaos triggered by the foiling of an a ...  | Read.. 
 
Grass’s Nazi past confession draws flak
Germany’s Nobel prize-winning author Günter Grass has come under attack from writers, literary critics, historians and politicians for his belated confession he was once ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka rebels reject talks, fighting on
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers today said peace talks were impossible as the worst fighting since a 2002 truce raged in the island’s north and the government demanded re ...  | Read.. 
 
Fidel Castro in one of the photographs. (AP)
Cliff lacks ‘class’
Dog ad dispute in court
Spoilt brats at home' Send them to China
Strapped into a safety harness, the small, plump, 10-year-old boy is clinging for dear life, 20ft u..  | Read.. 
Israel big thrust before truce
Israeli troops battled Hizbollah guerrillas across southern Lebanon today and air strikes battered ..  | Read.. 
 
Shoes chaos
Security guards detained what they described as a “you ...  | Read..