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Brown gears up to crush Tories to death
About a year before the last general election, Gordon Brown met a small group of advisers in the treasury to discuss the future. ...  | Read.. 
Blair must pay for haul
A foal with a bloodline tied to expeditions by Napoleon, a glinting arsenal of daggers and richly woven carpets from West Asia. ...  | Read.. 
Ershad faces rebellion
Former Bangladesh military ruler Hossain Mohammad Ershad today faced a rebellion in his own party from challengers led by his wife Rowshan Ershad. ...  | Read.. 
Gyanendra first Shah king to reach 60
King Gyanendra, who turns 60 on July 7, will be the only Shah dynasty king to have occupied the throne for such a long period in two-and-a-half centuries. ...  | Read.. 
Nominees lost in translation
Mitt Romney's been called many things as he runs for US President, but chances are “Sticky Rice” is not one of them. ...  | Read.. 
Shambo fate
A “sacred” bull that contracted bovine tuberculosis in a Welsh temple is to be slaughtered despite protests from Hindus. ...  | Read.. 
Pop star Christina Aguilera performs at a concert in Shanghai on Tuesday. (AP)
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In spite of $3000 tag, fans eager for iPhone
Apple Inc. said today its hotly anticipated iPhone could cost up to $3,000 with a required two-year..  | Read.. 
Dam at bursting point threatens UK
Hundreds of people were evacuated from their homes in northern England today as officials warned a ..  | Read.. 
Cyclone hits Pak, 10 killed
Ten people drowned and thousands fled to higher ground toda ...  | Read.. 

CIA targeted Castro with gangsters’ help
The CIA worked with two of the country’s most-wanted c ...  | Read.. 

No comment: Rushdie
Salman Rushdie, whose British knighthood has led to worldwi ...  | Read.. 

Pleased Paris saunters to freedom
Paris Hilton was released from jail this morning after serv ...  | Read..