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Since 1st March, 1999
Top Lanka general killed
One of Sri Lanka’s top generals was assassinated today by a suspected Tamil Tiger suicide bomber who rammed his motorbike into an army convoy near the capital, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
Smoking ban debate touches raw nerve
When a German magazine ran a story about new efforts to ban public smoking, the reactions of many of its non-smoking readers was fierce ' and surprising. ...  | Read.. 
Soon, a computer will read minds
A raised eyebrow, quizzical look or a nod of the head are just a few of the facial expressions computers could soon be using to read people’s minds. ...  | Read.. 
Moscow is costliest city
Moscow has surged past Tokyo and London to become the world’s costliest city with a cost of living almost 25 per cent higher than in New York, Mercer Human Resource Cons ...  | Read.. 
In US, nothing stays secret
Almost every piece of personal information that Americans try to keep secret ' including bank account statements, e-mail messages and telephone records ' is semi-public and a ...  | Read.. 
Iraq plan not set in stone: White House
The White House confirmed today that the top US military commander in Iraq has drafted a plan for US troop cuts there, but said the plan was just one option. ...  | Read.. 
Man of steel: US actor Brandon Routh gets a hug at the premiere of Superman Returns in his hometown of Des Moines, Iowa, on Sunday. (AP)
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It’s game, set and matchless outfits
Maria Kirilenko, Russia’s new blonde bombshell tennis prodigy, steps out on court today to..  | Read.. 
Plants pay for lack of soccer loos
The scarcity of toilets for millions of football fans in Germany is proving costly for plant life i..  | Read..