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Europe blue reply to US green card
The European Union is planning a “blue card” to lure highly skilled migrants by offering financial and housing benefits, and cutting red tape. ...  | Read.. 
 
What’s the fuss, asks Rowling on revelation
J.K. Rowling, whose Harry Potter series made her the first billionaire author, said today she was surprised at the fuss surrounding her announcement the boy wizard’s hea ...  | Read.. 
 
Lion Tom is now a lamb
Actor Tom Cruise spent more than two hours signing autographs and greeting fans in London at the world premiere of his new movie Lions for Lambs, Hollywood’s lat ...  | Read.. 
 
BlackBerry opens up
Research in Motion’s BlackBerries will come with a cheap, unlimited music service from next month for the first time, marking the latest foray by a handheld device maker ...  | Read.. 
 
Knut, the world’s most famous polar bear, plays in his enclosure at the Berlin Zoologischer Garten zoo. The bear, born in December 2006 at the zoo, caused a global sensation when he survived rejection by his mother and attracted more than a million visitors to the zoo. (AFP)
Philly is ugly
Slaughter-like-goat threat to Benazir
A “friend of Osama bin Laden” has threatened to unleash female bombers on Benazir Bhutto...  | Read.. 
Bin Laden ticks off Iraqi flock
Osama bin Laden has scolded his al Qaida followers in Iraq and other insurgents, saying they have &..  | Read..