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One Nation powers Obama
The Democratic Party geared up in earnest today to claim the White House with a vivid demonstration on the opening day of their national convention that America's pluralism, threatened by nearly eight years of George W Bush's policies, would be safe if Barack Obama was elected president i ...  | Read.. 
 
US envoy-Zardari ties under glare
Zalmay Khalilzad, the American ambassador to the UN, is facing angry questions from other senior Bush administration officials over what they describe as unauthorised con ...  | Read.. 
 
Diplomat attacked in Peshawar
Three gunmen who attacked the vehicle carrying the chief American diplomat in the northern city of Peshawar this morning were armed with assault rifles and wore long hair and ...  | Read.. 
 
Apology yes, but no damages
Sir Salman Rushdie won an unreserved apology in the High Court in London today from the authors and publisher of a book which had painted an extremely unflattering portrait o ...  | Read.. 
 
US raid killed kids: UN
The UN said today that it had found “convincing evidence” that US coalition troops and Afghan forces killed some 90 civilians, including 60 children, in airstrikes ...  | Read.. 
 
Emergency in UK jet after loss in air pressure
British holidaymakers on a Ryanair flight have claimed that oxygen masks failed to work when the cabin lost air pressure and the aeroplane plunged around 22,000 feet. ...  | Read.. 
 
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