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Florida tornado kills 14
Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms ripped through central Florida early today, killing 14 people and damaging or destroying hundreds of buildings, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair vows not to quit till probe over
Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed today not to quit before British police finished a political funding investigation, despite growing alarm in his Labour party over the damage ...  | Read.. 
 
Survey: Old people prefer Net to gardening
Retired people are starting to prefer browsing the Internet to more traditional pastimes such as gardening, travel and do-it-yourself, according to a survey today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Drinking boosts hepatitis risk
Heavy alcohol use increases mortality with hepatitis C virus (HCV) to a greater extent in women than in men, according to a report. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal team to resolve Terai impasse
The multi-party Nepal government today formed a three-member ministerial team to hold talks with Madhesi groups who have brought life to a standstill in the Terai region ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak guards helping militants, says Pervez
President Pervez Musharraf acknowledged today that outgunned Pakistani frontier guards have allowed insurgents to cross into Afghanistan but strongly denied the army or intel ...  | Read.. 
 
Actress Elizabeth Hurley in New York on Thursday. (AP)
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China faces US action
Cartoon court
Italy cocaine
Smelly snow
Norahís many facets
Itís not as if Norah Jones had never written a song before...  | Read.. 
Severe storms turn Bangla island smaller
Every year, St. Martinís island in Bangladesh gets a little smaller. The storms that batter it..  | Read.. 
 
Miller moves to movies
After being hounded by tabloids about her private life, esp ...  | Read..