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Blair leaves Straw in cold
Jack Straw was left out in the cold by Tony Blair and cabinet colleagues last night after he stepped up the row over Muslim veils by saying that it would be better if women discarded them altogether. ...  | Read.. 
 
Russia war critic killed
Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, an outspoken critic of war in rebel Chechnya, was shot dead today at her apartment block in central Moscow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rockets near ISI base
Police found two rockets close to the headquarters of Pakistanís top spy agency in Islamabad today, the interior minister said, just two days after two rockets were disc ...  | Read.. 
 
Girls against coed plan
A group of students at Randolph-Macon Womanís College sued the school, challenging its decision to begin admitting men next autumn. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cartoon video
Muslim leaders in Denmark today condemned video showing members of the anti-immigrant Danish Peoples' Party (DPP) drawing cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammad, but said ...  | Read.. 
 
British newspapers back minister
british newspapers today backed Jack Straw embroiled in a political storm sparked by his views on the problems posed by Muslim women wearing a veil. ...  | Read.. 
 
A visitor looks at childrenís drawings of President Vladimir Putin to celebrate his 54th birthday in a Moscow gallery on Saturday. With the prize of ...  | Read
Rushdie to join US university faculty
Salman Rushdie will join the faculty of Emory University in Atlanta and donate his archive to the i..  | Read.. 
Firing fuels Korea tension
South Korean troops fired warning shots today after five North Korean soldiers briefly crossed into..  | Read..