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Since 1st March, 1999
Revolution’s driving force to fight elections
Georgia’s new leaders nominated Mikhail Saakashvili today as their sole candidate for presidential elections and the US-educated lawyer immediately said he expected to win. ...  | Read.. 
Settlement unlikely in Yukos case
Russian prosecutors said today they saw no chance of an out-of-court settlement in the case of the Yukos oil firm’s key shareholder, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, charged with fraud ...  | Read.. 
China adds fuel to US row
China said today it had found fungus in a soybean cargo from the US, potentially adding fuel to a simmering trade row between the economic giants marked more by its bark th ...  | Read.. 
Shias critical of US peace map
Iraq’s top Shia religious authority has criticised US plans for transfer of power to Iraqis as incomplete and paying too little heed to Islam, a Shia politician said today. ...  | Read.. 
British model Yasmin Le Bon models the rare Blue Empress diamond in front of a Harrods department store security guard in London on Wednesday. (Reuters)
Liberty to reopen
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Nut habit
Penn to join Iraq press corps
Sean Penn may be joining the press corps in Iraq...  | Read.. 
How to live longer: become an Oxbridge don
Something about the dreaming spires of Oxford and Cambridge enables their fellows to live for f..  | Read.. 
Jackson legal torrent threat
Michael Jackson’s lawyer charged today that child molestati ...  | Read.. 

Bush brother reveals trade deals, sex romps
Neil Bush, younger brother of US President George W. Bush, ...  | Read.. 

President race in 2008 on Hillary’s radar
With a smile, Hillary Clinton suggested that she may run fo ...  | Read.. 

Chastened Campbell says sorry for conduct
Country music singer Glen Campbell, arrested at his Phoenix ...  | Read..