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Qaida militants behead abducted American
Al Qaida militants beheaded an American engineer they had held hostage since last week after the Saudi government failed to meet its demands to release jailed militants, an Islamist website said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bono puffs, regrets
Rock and roll ain’t what it used to be. U2 frontman Bono has apologised — for having a cigarette. ...  | Read.. 
 
Intel’s new chip to boost PC power
Intel Corporation, the world’s largest chip maker, yesterday launched a much-anticipated new chip designed to sharply improve and expand the power of personal computers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Putin sticks up for Bush
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in comments sure to help US President George W. Bush, declared today that Russia knew Saddam Hussein had planned terror attacks on US soil a ...  | Read.. 
 
Kiss and tell: New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (right) has been voted the last woman people would want to kiss and model Rachel Hunter the most kissable, according to a poll conducted by breath freshener company Listerine in New Zealand. (AFP)
Flop auction of Lennon last sketch
An autographed sketch that John Lennon gave to a fan minutes before his 1980 murder in New York has..  | Read.. 
Top Pak tribal warrior killed
Pakistani security forces killed a top tribal warrior for sheltering al Qaida militants in an o..  | Read..