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Since 1st March, 1999
Ruptured House sets date for Georgia polls
Georgia’s new leaders scored an early success today by getting a fractious parliament to set a January 4 date for fresh presidential polls, but warned the country faced economic crisis without western aid. ...  | Read.. 
No music deal haunts Jackson
His legal problems aside, Michael Jackson has something else to worry about. For the first time since he was 10-years-old, he may soon be without a record contract, and i ...  | Read.. 
Rhinestone Cowboy in drink drive net
Country music singer Glen Campbell was arrested yesterday on suspicion of extreme drunken driving after he crashed into another vehicle in central Phoenix, city police said. ...  | Read.. 
‘Family said time to go’
Fallen Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze said yesterday he knew it was time to go, not when thousands of protesters took to the streets but when his wife and children to ...  | Read.. 
Miss America 2004 Ericka Dunlap jokes with US soldiers at Camp Doha in Kuwait City. Dunlap will spend Thanksgiving with the troops at Camp Doha. (AFP).
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Britney gets into baiters’ zone
So pop-tart Britney Spears says she’s abandoning her teen fan base for older listeners. This will co..  | Read.. 
US and China locked in TV war
The US has accused Chinese companies of dumping televisions on the American market and slapped stif..  | Read.. 
Concorde sails into sunset
After decades of supersonic flight, Concorde’s last trip wa ...  | Read.. 

Leo’s gift to Chirac backfires on Blair
Leo Blair, the Prime Minister’s three-year-old son, was at ...  | Read.. 

Tigers have a long way to go, says Patten
The European Union’s Chris Patten said today Sri Lanka’s pe ...  | Read.. 

Saudi shootout
Saudi Arabia said it foiled a car bombing in Riyadh today w ...  | Read.. 

America bleeds less than Iraq, says general
A top US general said today that intensified US military st ...  | Read..