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Since 1st March, 1999
Basra bombers target Iraq’s oil lifeline
Insurgents stepped up pressure on Iraq’s new interim government today with another blow to the vital oil industry just two weeks before a formal end to the US occupation. ...  | Read.. 
Ogre races ahead of Nemo
Shrek 2, the movie about the big green ogre and his princess bride Fiona, topped last year’s Finding Nemo to become the highest-grossing animated film of all t ...  | Read.. 
Paris power-set powerless
French power workers today cut electricity to the homes of the Prime Minister and other politicians on a day of targeted blackouts, strikes and marches to stop the part-priva ...  | Read.. 
Breather for Sharon
Israel’s attorney-general dropped a bribery case against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon today in what could be a potent boost for his plan to withdraw settlers from occupied Gaz ...  | Read.. 
An EDF worker holds the electricity meter of Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin’s house in Chasseneuil-du-Poitou, central France, on Tuesday. (AFP)
Pope sorry for Inquisition
Talk of trials, burned witches and forbidden books echoed in the Vatican today as Pope John Paul a..  | Read.. 
Schoolgirl loses UK dress battle
A 15-year-old Bangladeshi Muslim schoolgirl living in Britain lost a legal battle today for the rig..  | Read..