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Ranil returns, vows to back peace accord
A defiant Sri Lankan Prime Minister unleashed a wave of public support when he returned home today, saying a peace bid with Tamil rebels at the heart of a power struggle with the island’s President must stay on track. ...  | Read.. 
‘Why she has to do all this'’
Young lovers sat holding hands under umbrellas on Colombo’s Galle Face Green today as soldiers played rugby nearby, little concerned about a political battle that threatens t ...  | Read.. 
Black Hawk down again in Iraq
A US Black Hawk helicopter crashed near Saddam Hussein’s hometown in Iraq today, killing six people on board, and US soldiers said it had been probably been shot down with a ...  | Read.. 
Pak flutter over British bid to bug embassy
A scandal centred around Britain’s internal spy service MI5’s bid to bug the Pakistan embassy in London has caused ripples in the ministry of foreign affairs here. ...  | Read.. 
Kevin Costner and fiancee Christine Baumgartner at the premiere of Calendar Girls in Hollywood on Thursday. (Reuters)
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Roo golf
Kissing ban
Matrix: Critics hate it, fans love it
The Matrix: Revolutions, the third and final film in the sci-fi series starring Keanu Reeves..  | Read.. 
Paltry victory for Douglases
Hollywood stars Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas won just £14,600 ($24,250) in damages from..  | Read.. 
Lynch was raped by captors, says book
Jessica Lynch, the US soldier taken prisoner during the Iraq ...  | Read.. 

Berlusconi rebuked for Putin praise
The European Commission today disowned Italian Prime Minist ...  | Read.. 

Turkey not to send troops
Reversing an earlier decision, Turkey said today it would n ...  | Read.. 

Blow to US cloning ban
A UN tradition of seeking broad international consensus in ...  | Read.. 

Concorde parts up for grabs
Want to plant the Concorde's pointed nose in your gard ...  | Read..