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Since 1st March, 1999
Saddam mourns on tape
An audio tape purportedly from former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein broadcast today vowed to defeat the United States to avenge the deaths of his two sons by US forces. ...  | Read.. 
Feet step into the limelight
There is a very popular French expression “prendre son pied” that literally means “take your foot” but actually translates as “experiencing the ultimate in sensual p ...  | Read.. 
War crimes suit filed against Blair
Tony Blair was accused yesterday of “crimes against humanity” in a lawsuit lodged at the International Criminal Court in The Hague by Greek lawyers. ...  | Read.. 
Legal aid for Kelly widow
The widow of David Kelly could appoint publicly-funded lawyers to cross-examine ministers at the inquiry into her husband’s death, Lord Hutton indicated yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
A girl walks past a row of Buddy Bears near the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, on Tuesday. The bears were created by artists from 123 countries to promote ...  | Read
US officials warn of plot for 9/11 replay
US officials said today that they have learned of credible threats of possible new airline suic..  | Read.. 
Arnie terminates governor run
Only days after Arnold Schwarzenegger threatened to flex his biceps in the political arena, the act..  | Read.. 
Love marriage legal: Pak court
A Pakistani court has declared a petitioner’s love marriage ...  | Read.. 

Nepal bows to Maoist demand, frees leaders
The Nepal government today released three Maoist centra ...  | Read..