Volume 4 Number 247 Thu. February 05, 2004    
 
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Kerry surges ahead
Lieberman bows out of race
Democratic front-runner John Kerry took a huge stride toward the presidential nomination on Tuesday with wins in five states, but victories by John Edwards and Wesley Clark kept the race alive.
 
Iraq dossier concerns 'overruled'
A former senior official at the British Defence Intelligence Staff (DIS) has again voiced his concerns over the dossier on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.
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No hint of snap polls in Chandrika's I-Day speech
There was no hint of snap parliamentary elections in Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumara-tunga's Independence Day oration in Colombo on Wednesday.
 
Iraq war Britain's greatest blunder since Suez: Cook
The war in Iraq is the "greatest blunder" in British foreign policy since the 1956 Anglo-French expedition in Suez, Egypt, former British foreign secretary Robin Cook wrote in The Independent daily yesterday.
 
HC clears Rajiv Gandhi in Bofors case
The Delhi High Court has cleared former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in the Rs 64 crore Bofors pay-off case, a private TV channel said on Wednesday.
 
US soldiers' death toll climbs in Iraq
Nearly two months have passed since Saddam Hussein's capture, yet American soldiers still are dying at a rate of more than one a day.
 

 
   
 
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