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Since 1st March, 1999
US official vows to build new Iraq
US administrator Jay Garner made his first visit to Baghdad today, pledging to build a new Iraq from the ashes of war, but opposition stiffened to American domination of Iraqís reconstruction. ...  | Read.. 
China fears virus epidemic
China, where the government has admitted the number of SARS cases in Beijing is far higher than disclosed previously, may be facing a very big outbreak in its provinces, the ...  | Read.. 
Miffed Tigers pull out of talks
Sri Lankaís Tamil Tiger rebels pulled out of talks to end two decades of civil war today, the biggest threat yet to the islandís best chance of permanently ending the fightin ...  | Read.. 
Maoists postpone peace meeting
Maoist rebels postponed peace talks with the Nepali government today, saying they wanted their first meeting in nearly 18 months to tackle substantive issues rather than form ...  | Read.. 
US Captain Tom Roughneen with newly-baptised, three-month-old Maria Saad at the Catholic cathedral in Kirkuk. (AP)
Saddam has disappeared, so has Hollywood
Gone are the endless songs praising Saddam Hussein. Gone are the toppled leadersí taped speeches cal..  | Read.. 
Looted Baghdad hospital faces closure threat
Baghdad Central Childrenís Hospital has been raided by armed looters and will have to close unless ..  | Read.. 
Plunderers strip Babylon palace
American troops seized control of Saddam Husseinís gran ...  | Read.. 

Americans reject self-styled governor
The US does not recognise a former exile who says he is gov ...  | Read.. 

Plans to set up four bases
The US is planning to establish up to four long-term mi ...  | Read..