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America mulls way out of Iraq quagmire
Nearly three years after the US army triumphantly rode into Baghdad toppling statues of Saddam Hussein and disbanding one of the biggest standing armies in the world, the Bush administration is about to abandon its ambitious goal of remaking Iraq in the image of a model, unified democracy. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pound-wise Brits head to NY
Thousands of bargain-hunting Britons are expected to flock to New York and other US cities before Christmas to take advantage of the “two dollar pound”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Castro absent at birthday parade
Tanks rolled through the streets and jets roared overhead today in Havana’s first military parade in a decade, but ailing leader Fidel Castro did not appear at what had ...  | Read.. 
 
Novelist and socialite Shobhaa De has termed as “historic” the legislation to amend Pakistan’s controversial Islamic rape law and praised Pakistan P ...  | Read
Fake Bangla voters
Fiji PM back
Beirut strife
Blair call to lift condom ban
Prime Minister Tony Blair risked a confrontation with the Roman Catholic Church yesterday by sa..  | Read.. 
Hard-partying star off drink
Actress Lindsay Lohan, who has been a frequent target of the tabloids for her partying ways, has be..  | Read..