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Since 1st March, 1999
US vetoes UN draft on Arafat
The US yesterday vetoed a UN resolution demanding that Israel not harm or deport Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, saying the text failed to name Palestinian groups blamed for suicide bombings. ...  | Read.. 
Palestinian leader unfazed
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat said today he was unfazed by a US veto of a UN resolution demanding that Israel not harm or expel him. ...  | Read.. 
Anti-US feelings rise in West Asia
People in Muslim nations have an increasingly low opinion of the US, despite the Bush administrationís effort to burnish the US image after the September 11, 2001, attacks, a ...  | Read.. 
Men fighting US are holy warriors, says Sunni cleric
Sheikh Khaled Saleh, a fiery Iraqi Sunni cleric, says the young angry men battling US troops in the violent town of Falluja are holy warriors who look to Osama bin Laden as t ...  | Read.. 
Yasser Arafat in Ramallah on Wednesday. (AFP)
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Royal jugglery
Princess Stephanie of Monaco, whose romantic liaisons have often left her father Prince Rainier on..  | Read.. 
Showdown at UK inquiry
Britainís government and state broadcaster clashed today in a showdown over an explosive BBC news r..  | Read.. 
Blair faces key poll test today
Prime Minister Tony Blair faces a stiff electoral test tomo ...  | Read.. 

35 Maoists killed in raid on hideout
At least 35 Maoist rebels were killed and dozens wounded to ...  | Read.. 

Hawks, Pervez head for showdown
Pakistanís religious right today threatened to disrupt parl ...  | Read..