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Since 1st March, 1999
Coalition cracks in ‘Bush’s Vietnam’
With Iraq rapidly deteriorating into what Senator Edward Kennedy this week called “George W. Bush’s Vietnam”, the US-led “coalition of the willing” is showing signs of serious cracks. ...  | Read.. 
Flashpoints flare across minefield Iraq
US-led forces battled Sunni guerrillas and a spreading Shia uprising today, as Iraqi anger was inflamed by a blast in the grounds of a mosque that witnesses said killed 25 pe ...  | Read.. 
HK vows to raise voice for freedom
Thousands of Hong Kong democracy activists are expected to protest this Sunday after Beijing said it alone will decide when, or if, elections will be held in the city. ...  | Read.. 
Indonesia poll count enters see-saw phase
A spurt in votes counted in Indonesia’s parliamentary elections today put President Megawati Sukarnoputri’s party neck-and-neck with the former political vehicle of ex-strong ...  | Read.. 
A member of Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s Mehdi militia chants anti-US slogans in Baghdad’s Shia neighbourhood of Sadr city on Wednesday. (AFP)
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White House resists 9/11 panel bid for Rice speech
The White House has refused to provide the panel investigating the September 11, 2001 attacks with ..  | Read.. 
Tagore theft stirs memories in ‘India shining’ town
This remote American coastal town of 800 people is distressed by the theft of Rabindranath Tago..  | Read.. 
Lanka deal-making on
Sri Lanka’s cabinet could be sworn in tomorrow with Preside ...  | Read.. 

Court rap for Koizumi war shrine visit
A Japanese court today ruled that Prime Minister Junichiro ...  | Read..