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White House isolated on Iraq blueprint
Democrats and some moderate Republicans today hammered President George W. Bush’s plan to send more US troops to Iraq, leaving the White House increasingly isolated in its decision to deepen American involvement in the unpopular war. ...  | Read.. 
 
Job crisis for British doctors
Thousands of doctors training in England could be forced to move abroad because there will be no jobs for them when they qualify, the head of the British Medical Association ...  | Read.. 
 
Missing plane
Pieces of an Indonesian airliner that vanished with 102 people on board have been found strewn in the ocean after a painstaking 10-day search from jungles to stormy seas. ...  | Read.. 
 
US raids Iran Kurdish office
US forces stormed an Iranian government representative’s office in the northern Iraqi city of Arbil early today and arrested five employees, including diplomats and staf ...  | Read.. 
 
Russia oil
Russia restarted the flow of oil through its main oil export pipeline today after Belarus dropped an oil transit duty imposed last week and agreed to return oil Moscow said i ...  | Read.. 
 
US President George W. Bush
Apple faces name row over iPhone
Cisco Systems Inc. yesterday sued Apple Inc. over its use of the iPhone trademark, a day after Appl..  | Read.. 
Rebel claims hand in Osama escape
An Afghan rebel leader wanted by America claimed credit for helping Osama bin Laden and his deputy ..  | Read..