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Tiger air raid leaves Colombo in dark
Tamil Tiger rebel planes bombed two oil facilities near the Sri Lankan capital today, causing minor damage and tripping air defences that plunged the city into darkness, the air force said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran, US at Iraq meet
Iran will attend a conference of key powers including the US this week that will focus on stabilising Iraq, a meeting Baghdad said might be a turning point for regional coope ...  | Read.. 
 
Ethics breach rap on ‘expensive’ Wolfowitz
World Bank officials investigating Paul Wolfowitz have concluded that he did breach ethics rules when he helped engineer a promotion and a pay rise for his girlfriend. ...  | Read.. 
 
Catch cold, risk asthma
Children who catch a heavy cold at key moments during their first year of life are at greater risk of developing asthma, researchers have found. ...  | Read.. 
 
Castro in charge: Chavez
Cuban President Fidel Castro is back “in charge” after undergoing intestinal surgery in July, his friend and protege Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Pak suicide attack follows February alert
As Pakistani investigators moved to identify the suicide bomber who killed 28 and wounded 52 — ..  | Read.. 
Climate meet focus on cost
The costs of cutting greenhouse gases and who will pay for it are likely to be the key issues at a ..  | Read..