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Since 1st March, 1999
Japan train slams into house, 52 dead
A crowded Japanese commuter train derailed today and hurtled into an apartment building, killing at least 56 people and injuring hundreds in the country's worst rail accident in over 40 years. ...  | Read.. 
Oil prices spark Bush concern
President George W. Bush said today he was concerned about near-record oil and fuel prices and pressed Crown Prince Abdullah on how much Saudi Arabia could increase productio ...  | Read.. 
Putin roots for business
Russian President Vladimir Putin, seeking to lift a cloud of uncertainty among investors, told tax officials today to stop 'terrorising' business and tried to tempt Russians ...  | Read.. 
Former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, who favours closer ties with the West, today took another step closer to declaring he would run again for the presidency in ...  | Read.. 
Author Maria Shriver at the 10th annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books in Los Angeles. (AFP)
Hacker holiday
Costly kiss
Iraq marches into UK polls
Prime Minister Tony Blair faced demands today for a new probe into the Iraq war as his rivals launc..  | Read.. 
Connelly big in Little Children
Academy Award-winning actor Jennifer Connelly is in negotiations to join Kate Winslet in Little ..  | Read.. 
Pope praises Muslim talks
The new Pope Benedict praised dialogue with Muslims for the ...  | Read.. 

Labour, Iron Lady not worlds apart
They may have inhabited different political universes but, ...  | Read.. 

Bickering delays govt
Iraqi politicians again delayed naming a government today, ...  | Read.. 

Alzheimer hope in gene therapy
Alzheimer's patients given gene therapy seemed to regrow so ...  | Read.. 

Hidden luxury turns to scrap
Bangladeshi customs officials found luxury cars, large-scre ...  | Read..