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Pak Scotland Yard choice a blow to US
Pakistan’s choice of Britain’s Scotland Yard to help investigate the murder of Benazir Bhutto puts the US in the back seat and illustrates its weak credibility, analysts said. ...  | Read.. 
Pervez: Benazir ignored warnings
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf rejected any suggestion security agencies were behind the assassination of Benazir Bhutto and said today she had been warned about threat ...  | Read.. 
Strike threat to Globes
The Golden Globe Awards were thrust into deeper jeopardy when the striking writers guild refused to negotiate with Globe organisers about staging a picket-free ceremony. ...  | Read.. 
Bangla baffles ex-PM parties
A surprise offer by Bangladesh’s army-backed authorities to send two detained former Prime Ministers abroad for medical treatment has wrong-footed their parties just mo ...  | Read.. 
‘Green’ bulbs blamed for migraines
The energy-saving light bulbs that will be made compulsory in homes in a few years can trigger migraines, campaigners have claimed. ...  | Read.. 
Celebrities promoting fad diets warned
Celebrities should check their facts before promoting fad diets and giving advice on medical matters, scientists say. ...  | Read.. 
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Author of Flashman series dead
George MacDonald Fraser, the author of the popular Flashman series who served in India d..  | Read.. 
Women worst drivers: Study
Women and gay men are likely to be the worst drivers, a new study has shown...  | Read.. 
Au Revoir to France’s smoke-filled cafes
In bars and cafes across Paris, in restaurants and casinos t ...  | Read.. 

Hungry snake snacks on golf balls
An Australian snake which mistook four golf balls for a clu ...  | Read..