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Lebanon ‘gates of fire’ open
Lebanon’s army today battled al Qaida-linked militants who threatened to open “gates of fire” after clashes which killed 48 people in the country’s bloodiest internal fighting since the 1975-90 civil war. ...  | Read.. 
 
Brown bomb ticks on US
Gordon Brown is prepared to risk the future of the “special relationship” with the US by reversing Tony Blair’s support for the Iraq war, US President Geor ...  | Read.. 
 
Khaleda son confesses to graft
Former Bangladesh Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia’s elder son Tarique Rahman has admitted to his involvement in corruption and sought people’s forgiveness, a media ...  | Read.. 
 
Denied political parachute, hug minister jumps ship
The paraglide plunge had been smooth but for Nilofar Bakhtiar, the political fall has been hard. ...  | Read.. 
 
Australian al Qaida back home
The first Guantanamo Bay inmate convicted of supporting terrorism by a US military court returned to Australia today under a veil of secrecy, but “elated” to serve ...  | Read.. 
 
Shooting at Idaho
Police stormed an Idaho church where a shooter hid after killing a police officer in a courthouse ambush, finding the body of the gunman and another man today. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Sir Paul or Papa Paul' Paternity test will tell
The case is the latest twist in a paternity battle over Bettina Krischbin, who is now 46, that has r..  | Read.. 
Charles ‘wants’ Camilla as queen
Amid the joy of Charles and Camilla’s wedding announcement, a carefully sounded note of ca..  | Read.. 
 
2 released in mosque row
Pakistani authorities released two religious students today ...  | Read..