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Since 1st March, 1999
Activists clash with police at G8 venue
Protesters clashed today with police protecting the world’s most powerful leaders who arrived for a Group of Eight summit still divided over tackling climate change and helping Africa. ...  | Read.. 
Bono fails to persuade Canada PM
Irish rock star and anti-poverty activist Bono today gave up his fight to persuade Canada to boost foreign aid ' but not before telling Prime Minister Paul Martin he was a pa ...  | Read.. 
US mulls dropping two-war doctrine
The Pentagon, stretched by the war in Iraq, is considering dropping a linchpin of American military strategy, the doctrine that requires it to be prepared to fight two ma ...  | Read.. 
Iraq in envoy appeal
Iraq and the US sought to prevent an exodus of diplomats from Baghdad today after an ambush prompted Pakistan to pull out its ambassador, Bahrain's envoy was shot and Eg ...  | Read.. 
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin serves Irish beer at the Johnnie Fox pub outside Dublin. Martin is on a three-day visit to Ireland. (AP)
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‘Saddam family was far from reality’
As a barometer of Saddam Hussein’s declining grip on reality, we need look no further than the ..  | Read.. 
Jolie to adopt Ethiopian girl
Angelina Jolie is adopting a newborn Ethiopian girl orphaned by AIDS, People magazine repor..  | Read.. 
Space tourist
US entrepreneur Gregory Olsen will be the third tourist to ...  | Read.. 

5 held for gangrape of woman in Pak
Pakistani police have arrested five men on charges of kidna ...  | Read.. 

William in NZ
Prince William was caught up in a mid-air drama after a ...  | Read..