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Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq to demand $3-bn assets kept in Syria
Iraq is preparing to demand repatriation of $3 billion of cash assets held in Syrian state banks under deals struck with the government of Saddam Hussein, Iraq’s finance minister said today. ...  | Read.. 
Insult Osama in UK, lose job
A prison officer was sacked for making an allegedly insulting remark about Osama bin Laden two months after the September 11 attacks, an employment tribunal heard yesterd ...  | Read.. 
Old Europe hands Rumsfeld a prize
He may be reviled in capitals across “old” Europe for his eloquent tongue-lashings, but US secretary of defence Donald Rumsfeld has been crowned “non-EU citizen of the year” ...  | Read.. 
West Asia peace not dead: Powell
US secretary of state Colin Powell said today the West Asia peace “road map” was not dead, but that he was open to ideas like the unofficial peace plan launched in Switzerlan ...  | Read.. 
‘Mr President, I am not six years old’: ...  | Read
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Super-rich socialites shun it all at dairy farm
Two young, super-rich socialites, famous for being... young and super-rich, are the stars of the lat..  | Read.. 
Culprit behind spam, e-virus: You
Security experts have identified what they suspect to be the biggest culprit behind that seemingly ..  | Read.. 
Iran girls flee to embassy
Two Iranian girls have taken refuge at Belgium’s embassy in ...  | Read.. 

Georgia faces collapse, says rebel leader
The leader of one of Georgia’s restive regions said today t ...  | Read.. 

Italy not to send any more troops
Italy said today it had no plans to send any more troops to ...  | Read.. 

Explosion at Shell station injures 14 in Karachi
A powerful accidental explosion at a compressed natural gas ...  | Read.. 

36 die in Nepal’s 24-hour cycle of violence
At least 36 people including six policemen were killed in N ...  | Read.. 

Pervez faces flak on press freedom
New-York based Human Rights Watch has accused Pakistani Pre ...  | Read..