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Repent or perish, kingdom tells Qaida
Saudi Arabia told al Qaida militants today it would not allow them to destabilise the kingdom and warned they would share the fate of their slain leader unless they repented. ...  | Read.. 
Family, not terror, twist to Falluja strike
Iraq’s Prime Minister today defended a US air strike that killed 22 people in Falluja, but Iraqi officers in the town said the dead included women and children rather than fo ...  | Read.. 
Arroyo re-elected
Long-awaited results of a marathon vote count gave Gloria Macapagal Arroyo a fresh term as Philippine President today, but Opposition allegations of cheating and planned prot ...  | Read.. 
Egypt powers
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has temporarily delegated his powers to his Prime Minister after travelling to Germany today for an operation on a slipped disc, officials sa ...  | Read.. 
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Sars can spread through tears, say researchers
Tears could be a means of spreading Sars but analysing samples taken from tear ducts could also hel..  | Read.. 
Clinton loses cool over Lewinsky
Bill Clinton loses his temper with David Dimbleby during a BBC television interview to be broad..  | Read.. 
Allen steps out of New York
He is as synonymous with New York as the Statue of Liberty ...  | Read.. 

Don’t push us around: Pervez
Suggest that President Pervez Musharraf has used up at ...  | Read..