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Since 1st March, 1999
Skies erupt as inspectors land in Baghdad
A team of UN arms inspectors arrived in Iraq today to relaunch a search for weapons of mass destruction on a mission that could trigger a US-led war. ...  | Read.. 
Iran hardliners, students clash
Hundreds of Iranian hardliners clashed with pro-reform students at a demonstration today, the first serious outbreak of violence in 10 days of university protests against a d ...  | Read.. 
Talks failure does not deter pro-Pervez party
Pakistan’s pro-military party was confident today of forming a coalition government despite talks breaking down with an Islamic alliance which holds the balance of power in t ...  | Read.. 
US certain voice on tape is Osama’s
A US intelligence analysis of an audio recording broadcast last week found it was “almost certainly” the voice of al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden and the tape was genuine, US ...  | Read.. 
French actress Virginie Ledoyen at a news conference in Tokyo to promote her new film 8 femmes. (Reuters)
No drive for sex
Ghostly knot
Nuclear watchdog a tough team to fool
UN weapons inspectors may be in the dark about what has gone on in Iraq for the last four years, bu..  | Read.. 
Potter casts new box office spell
Harry Potter has proved his box-office magic again after the latest film of the boy wizard’s ad..  | Read.. 
24-yr prison term for Italy ex-PM
An Italian court sentenced former Prime Minister Giulio And ...  | Read.. 

Hijack bid on Israel plane foiled
Israeli sky marshals foiled a suspected hijacking attempt l ...  | Read.. 

King defies parties, expands Nepal team
In a move that can be construed as a slap in the face of th ...  | Read..