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Saudis dismiss Laden ‘speculation’
Saudi Arabia said today it had no evidence that Osama bin Laden had died, shedding further doubt on a secret document leaked in France that said Saudi secret services believed he had died last month. ...  | Read.. 
 
Terror threat up after Iraq war, finds US
The Iraq war gave birth to a new generation of Islamic radicals and the terrorist threat has grown since the September 11 attacks, according to a US intelligence report cited ...  | Read.. 
 
US detains Chavez minister
Venezuela’s foreign minister was detained at a New York airport on Saturday, prompting an apology from the US government and compounding already tense relations between ...  | Read.. 
 
Thailand crackdown
Thailand’s new military rulers today announced new measures to choke off any possible opposition by banning political activities at the local level, while speculation ro ...  | Read.. 
 
Gay mayor eyes Germany top job
Germany is embroiled in an anguished debate over whether the country is ready for its first gay leader after its foremost homosexual politician won a second term as mayor ...  | Read.. 
 
Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie walk to St Ann’s Church in Manchester, northern England, at the start of the Labour Party’s annual confe ...  | Read
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Japan heaps attention on next First Lady
She enjoys an occasional drink, was once a local radio DJ, and is such a fan of South Korean movie ..  | Read.. 
Pakistan blackout sparks coup rumour
Millions of homes across Pakistan were left without power for several hours and Islamabad was abuzz..  | Read..