1 April 2007 (EST)
denies Hicks case role - A decision on whether to place a control
order on confessed terrorist David Hicks on his release from jail
in Australia is a matter for the police, Foreign Minister Alexander
Thorpe test result 'unusual' - THE drug case against world class
swimmer Ian Thorpe took a sensational twist late last night when
the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) launched an
investigation into an irregularity in a doping sample.
pilots 'argued before crash' - THE pilots of a Garuda airliner
that crashed in Indonesia, killing 21 people including 5 Australians,
were arguing moments before the accident, a senior Indonesian investigator
31 March 2007 (EST)
plunged into darkness for 'Earth Hour' ABC Regional Online,
Australia - 15 hours ago Sydneysiders are enjoying a spectacular
sight as the city is plunged into darkness for "Earth Hour".
30 March 2007 (EST)
29 March 2007 (EST)
28 March 2007 (EST)
shy to strip in front of a man - A third of women think they
are too fat ever to appear naked in front of their partners, according
to a survey.
march on British Government - RETIRED Gurkha soldiers staged
a mass protest in London today over Britain's refusal to give them
full pensions and other rights. An estimated 2500 veterans joined
a rally on Parliament following recent government moves to improve
conditions which were criticised by Nepalese soldiers' groups.
releases evidence in Iran dispute - Britain today released evidence
it said proved 15 UK service personnel seized by Iran last week
had been "well inside" Iraqi waters as Tehran said it would release
the sole female captive.
arrested for mooning Fla. cop - A visiting Norwegian skydiver
was arrested after exposing his buttocks to an officer, police said.
Vegard Svarstad, 24, of Norway, was blocking traffic at an intersection
early Saturday morning, according to an arrest report.
'evidence' vindicates sailors - BRITAIN increased pressure on
Iran today releasing evidence it said showed 15 military personnel
captured last week were operating in Iraqi waters.
drama nears resolution - Some of the children were seen peeking
and waving from behind the bus window curtains. Picture: AP. Gunmen
holding 31 pre-schoolers and two teachers inside a bus in the Philippines
capital have agreed to free the hostages and surrender at 7pm
backs US troop withdrawal from Iraq - Iraqi security officials
say gunmen have stormed a Sunni district in the northern town of
Tal Afar, killing dozens of people in apparent reprisal for Tuesday's
deadly truck bombings in a Shi'ite area.
Hicks terror profits blocked - THE Federal Government is set
to block self-confessed terrorist David Hicks from making millions
of dollars selling his story.
satellite-like device falls into Somalia - A baffling device
which resembles a satellite or Unidentified Flying Object (U.F.O)
has landed in a rural area close to Buulo-Burde town, 220km north
of the Somalia capital Mogadishu, eyewitnesses told Shabelle radio
memoir wins national biography award - VETERAN novelist and
poet Jacob Rosenberg has won this year's National Biography Award
for his memoir East Of Time, which traces his searing journey through
king slams 'illegitimate occupation' of Iraq - Saudi King Abdullah,
whose country is a close US ally, slammed Wednesday the "illegitimate
foreign occupation" of Iraq in an opening speech to the annual Arab
summit in Riyadh
Charged in EU Fraud Scandal - Three Italian nationals have been
charged and are being held in custody in Brussels as part of a corruption
probe into tenders awarded by the European Commission.
of dead Briton makes tearful appeal - The father and boyfriend
of a British language teacher whose body was found in a sand-filled
bathtub near Tokyo today made a tearful appeal to the Japanese public.
to put Pope on sainthood road - THE late pope John Paul II has
moved a step closer to sainthood with the completion of the first
stage towards his beatification, Rome diocesan officials said.
girls risk asthma - CHILDHOOD obesity more than triples the
risk of adult asthma for women, a landmark Australian study to be
released today shows. The University of Melbourne research, to be
published in the European Respiratory Journal, is the first to show
court rules that cost of buying and shipping hashish is tax deductible
- A Dutch court has added a new item to the list of activities eligible
for tax relief - drug running.
can hold 853 passengers, but why should you share? - The superjumbo
A380, all 10,000 square feet of it, as a personal or business jet.
And a private airport terminal just for first-class and top elite-status
27 March 2007 (EST)
Warns of `Different Phase' Over Britons in Iran (Update4) UK
Prime Minister Tony Blair said that efforts to release 15 British
sailors and Marines seized by Iran will enter a ``different phase''
if negotiations fail.
David Hicks - I'll behave - TERRORIST David Hicks has promised
to obey the law and wants to be reunited with his children when
he returns to Australia after striking a plea deal today to bring
him home by Christmas.
pleads guilty in Guantanamo - David Hicks, the Australian citizen
imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, has pleaded guilty to a charge
of supporting a terrorist organisation.
UK personnel were not in Iranian waters - Iraq has insisted
that the 15 British service personnel seized by Iran on Friday were
not captured in Iranian waters, as Teheran maintains.
visits Jordan in Mideast peace drive - US Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice meets Jordan's King Abdullah and holds further
talks with Palestinian and Israeli officials today, the third day
of her Middle East trip to try and revive peacemaking
admits to 'interrogating' captured British Marines - fears grow
over show trial...
David Hicks plea talks - DAVID Hicks is considering all his
options - including whether to agree to a plea deal - less than
24 hours before he appears in court at Guantanamo Bay on terror
offences. His Adelaide lawyer David McLeod said today he and US
military lawyer Major Michael Mori had met with the 31-year-old
today for about three and a half hours and all options were discussed.
Homeland Security will test drones to protect airports
raid exposes Sri Lankan military flaws - Members of the Tamil
Tigers' air force in their camouflaged aircraft. This undated picture
was released by the Tamil Tigers yesterday
to manufacture chip sets in China - Intel has already labeled
it "Fab 68," the $2.5 billion chip manufacturing facility that is
set to become the company's first major production site in Asia.
Medicine Hat court will begin hearing grisly details today about
the slaying of a local family that was linked to rumours of vampirism.
26 March 2007 (EST)
says UK sailors being interrogated - Fifteen British navy personnel
seized by Iran last week are currently being interrogated and will
have to answer to allegations they violated Iranian waters, an Iranian
official said today.
bears down on Western Australia - CYCLONE Kara has strengthened
into a category three storm and residents in her path have been
warned to be on alert as she approaches the coast.
sailors would have shot at Iranians' A senior US officer in
the Persian Gulf expressed surprise at how easily a team of Britsh
sailors were taken captive by Iran on Friday, saying that US marines
would have fired on the Iranian forces.
in Northern Ireland to go ahead on May 8 - Power will be devolved
in the North on May 8 under a deal struck during historic talks
by the Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams, the Democratic Unionist Party
leader has revealed.
set for "vigorous diplomacy" on Iranian nukes - Chief European
Union diplomat Javier Solana is set for weeks of intense diplomacy
aimed at persuading a defiant Iran to end its uranium enrichment
programme, senior US and EU officials said Monday.
Attacks and nearly chews 70 yr old woman's foot off at Central
Florida Show.. .
to revive peace plan with no changes - Arab foreign ministers
agreed on Monday that this week's Arab summit would revive an Arab
initiative for peace with Israel without any amendments, Jordan's
foreign minister said.
intensity quake jolts Japan, one dead - Authorities hailed Japan's
new earthquake alert system as a success on Monday after it allowed
officials to issue a tsunami warning just one minute after a magnitude
6.9 quake jolted the country's coast a day earlier.
PENN tells President Bush: 'Take your war and shove it'...
in Iraq kill 5 US soldiers - A US Army Apache helicopter dropped
flares yesterday over Baghdad. Five US soldiers were killed by roadside
bombs, including four in a single strike in Diyala Province.
create a sheep that's 15% human - Scientists have created the
world's first human-sheep chimera - which has the body of a sheep
and half-human organs.
Thai leader's wife charged with tax evasion - The wife of Thaksin
Shinawatra, the former prime minister of Thailand, was charged today
with evading millions of dollars in taxes, opening the first corruption
case involving the ousted leader's inner circle since the ...
killed by rampaging elephant - TWO British tourists were killed
by a rampaging elephant in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, local
media has reported. The elephant attacked a group of tourists on
safari in the park with a tour guide on Saturday, the state-controlled
Herald newspaper said.
grenade and gunbattle kills two - PAKISTANI Taliban militants
clashed with police at a high school after trying to recruit students
to fight in Afghanistan, leaving one policeman and one rebel dead,
and Venezuela to sign big oil deals - Venezuela said on Saturday
it was working on a raft of oil deals with China, giving impetus
to President Hugo Chavez's attempts to break his country's dependence
on oil exports to the United States.
PM says sorry over comfort women - JAPANESE Prime Minister Shinzo
Abe, under fire abroad for denying government involvement in forcing
women to serve as wartime sex slaves, today said he was "apologising
here and now as the prime minister".
'to leave within a year' - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe
is unlikely to contest presidential elections due next year, opposition
leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said.
bomb main airbase - TAMIL Tiger rebels bombed Sri Lanka's main
military airbase next to the international airport today, leaving
at least two airmen dead and 17 wounded, officials said.
claim to have cloned wolves - SOUTH Korean scientists, once
led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said today
they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced
to help an endangered species
MP shaken by hostage drama - A QUEENSLAND Labor MP says he will
consider his future in politics after a man stormed his north Queensland
electorate office and held a female employee at gun point.
25 March 2007 (EST)
says plane shot down in Somalia - Belarus said on Saturday a
missile caused a plane crash in Mogadishu that killed 11 of its
citizens, while the Somali government said the incident looked more
like an accident than an attack by ever bolder insurgents.
Zedong's last son dies - MAO Anqing, believed to be the last
known son of the founder of communist China, Mao Zedong, has died
scattered in Kinshasa after fighting - Bodies and shell casings
lay scattered in the streets of Congo's capital Kinshasa on Saturday
after two days of heavy fighting between the army and troops loyal
to former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba
tied to al Qaeda claims attack on Iraqi deputy PM - A terrorist
group linked to al Qaeda claimed responsibility for Friday's assassination
attempt on Iraq's deputy prime minister and warned of future attacks
on other "traitors."
call to Iemma: MORRIS, FIX OUR BLOODY STATE! - Australia's NSW
Premier Morris Iemma's Labor government survived a voter backlash
to claim a fourth straight NSW State election victory yesterday,
but can he fix the damage done through years of his party's neglect
bombers sweep Iraq, killing 60 - SUICIDE bombers struck across
Iraq today in a sharp upsurge in violence that killed more than
60 people, many of them policemen.
cricket great Greg Chappell said he fears for his safety after
his Indian cricket side crashed to the brink of World Cup extinction
flags $38m bunker bomb The US Air Force will spend $38 million
on one of the heaviest bunker bombs ever built, the size of a small
elephant and brawny enough to muscle into a mountain
24 March 2007 (EST)
OUR SAILORS, UK TELLS IRAN...
sailors captured at gunpoint Commodore reacts Fifteen British
navy personnel have been captured at gunpoint by Iranian forces,
the Ministry of Defence says.
Slams Democrats Over Iraq Timetable - A sharply divided House
voted Friday to order President Bush to bring combat troops home
from Iraq next year, a victory for Democrats in an epic war-powers
struggle and Congress' boldest challenge yet to the administration's
says Britons confessed to territory violation - Iran's military
said on Saturday British naval personnel seized in the Gulf confessed
to entering Iranian waters illegally, but Britain maintained they
were detained inside Iraqi territory and demanded their release
general in Afghanistan expels Marines...
abandons plans for UN visit
commits suicide on live webcam whilst egged on by chat room users
found in tainted pet food is used in rat poison - An ingredient
used in rat poison that causes kidney failure in cats and dogs and
has been blamed for the deaths of at least 14 animals, was found
in samples of Menu Foods cat food, New York State officials said
UFO fever crashes website...
23 March 2007 (EST)
NEW TUBE - YouTube's
dominance of online video content is about to end after News Corporation
and NBC Universal joined forces to announce the world's largest
Internet video distribution network.
Opens X-Files - Jacques Patenet, who heads the department, describes
the publishing as "a world first", claiming France is the first
country to make all its files on UFO open to the public...
Deputy PM wounded by bomb - IRAQ'S Deputy Prime Minister Salam
al-Zubayi was in an "unstable" condition and undergoing surgery
after being wounded in a double bomb attack in Baghdad on Friday.
sale close to crash - THE private equity backed consortium seeking
to take over Qantas Airways has suffered a major setback, with a
key institutional shareholder vowing not to accept its offer.
forces say "incident" in Gulf waterway near Iran - British forces
said on Friday there had been "an incident" in the northern Gulf
after an Iraqi fisherman reported seeing up to seven British or
American military personnel being seized by an Iranian ship.
strains, U.S. could fight a third war: Gates - Defense Secretary
Robert Gates cautioned on Thursday the Army would face problems
without emergency funds but insisted U.S. forces could fight a third
war despite being stretched in Iraq and Afghanistan.
murder arrest denied - There have been no arrests in the investigation
into the murder of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer, the Jamaican
police officer leading the case said today.
jumper: Yup, I was drinking - A man who jumped from a cruise
ship off Florida's coast and was rescued about eight hours later
by the Coast Guard said Thursday that it is a miracle he is still
Argued for Closing Guantánamo In his first weeks as defense
secretary, Robert M. Gates repeatedly argued that the detention
facility at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, had become so tainted abroad that
legal proceedings at Guantánamo would be viewed as illegitimate,
according to senior administration officials.
bacteria fight off viral attacks - Scientists have found a way
to ensure starter cultures used to make cheese can ward off attacks
from bacteria-eating viruses -- a finding that could mean the difference
between a great Gouda and wasted milk.
military is proposing officer exchanges and other confidence with
US - may be inching closer to setting up a "hotline" for emergency
communication with Washington, the top U.S. general said Friday.
becomes the first country to open its files on UFOs Thursday
when the national space agency unveiled a website documenting more
than 1,600 sightings spanning five decades...
rocket landed near the prime minister's office Thursday during
the first visit to Iraq by the head of the United Nations in nearly
a year and a half, sending Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ducking
unharmed behind a podium at a news conference.
villagers snub "satanic" bar codes - A hundred residents of
a Russian village have refused to switch to new passports because
they believe the documents' bar codes contain satanic symbols, state
television reported Wednesday.
teenagers often listen to heavy metal music to cope with the pressures
associated with being talented, according to research. The results
of a study of more than 1,000 of the brightest five per cent of
young people will come as relief to parents whose offspring, usually
long-haired, are devotees of Iron Maiden, AC/DC and their musical
first 'spinal transplant' carried out - Spinal discs from accident
victims were transplanted into patients with disc degeneration in
the cervical spine, the area nearest the neck.
Crowe to play the Devil - THEATRE supremo Andrew Lloyd Webber
has Aussie actor Russell Crowe in mind to play the Devil in a new
stage musical version of the darkly satiric Russian novel, The Master
Spears wins British court injunction to stop leaks about her
stay in rehab...
woman convicted of operating on child who later died A woman
was convicted of bodily injury for helping perform surgery on her
neighbor's 7-year-old daughter who later died. Following the surgery
at Hawkins' home, Terri, who had a leg infection, died at a Fort
melting may be speeding up - Rising sea levels and melting polar
ice-sheets are at upper limits of projections, leaving some human
population centers already unable to cope, top world scientists
say as they analyze latest satellite data.
21 March 2007 (EST)
May Invite Constitutional Showdown Over Attorney Firings President
George W. Bush is stepping into a potential constitutional confrontation
with Congress, vowing to fight demands from Democrats for sworn
testimony from his advisers
in Jamaica are set to interview all members of Pakistan's World
Cup cricket squad after revelations coach Bob Woolmer may have been
Warns Against Missile Threat...
That Could Eliminate Traumatic Events From Our Memories!
Korea ready to close reactor North Korea is ready to shut down
its key nuclear reactor and allow UN inspectors back, said China
on Tuesday, despite its refusal to budge until $25m in frozen assets
least 27 killed in Pakistan landslide landslide triggered by
heavy rain swept away three homes in northern Pakistan and 27 people
were missing and feared dead
over Sydney's CityRail joke ANGRY commuters have slammed CityRail
after we revealed Sydney's trains are a global laughing stock, while
its CEO is on the defensive.
USUAL SUSPECTS' TEAM PITS TOM CRUISE VERSUS HITLER...
Claims Hit by Keanu Reeves Car...
Rocketship Falcon 1 Flies, But Fails to Reach Orbit After a
year-long series of delays and last-minute aborts, Space Exploration
Technologies (SpaceX) finally launched its Falcon 1 rocket at 1:10
pm local time on a demonstration test flight, but about three minutes
into the flight, ...
Kiri in Farnham pants win OPERA diva Dame Kiri Te Kanawa has
won a Supreme Court action launched against her after she refused
to perform with John Farnham.
couple in car park accident An elderly man and woman have been
taken to hospital after driving their car off a car park at a Brisbane
shopping centre. A police spokesman said the man's car was wedged
at a 45-degree angle after it was driven off the car park level
of the Brookside
targets Western envoys as crisis escalates Zimbabwe President
Robert Mugabe looks increasingly isolated after his violent crackdown
on political opponents and may well carry out his threat to expel
survivor at Russia mine, at least 106 dead ULYANOVSKAYA MINE,
Russia (Reuters) - Rescuers found one survivor on Tuesday and hunted
for four still missing in a Siberian coal mine, after 106 workers
died in Russia's worst mining disaster since the collapse of the
to test defenses against China in live-fire drills...
tribes, militants clash Nearly 50 people, including 35 foreign
militants, have been killed in two days of fighting between the
al-Qaeda linked militants and Pakistani tribesmen, Pakistani government
Zoo's Cub better off dead than raised by humans... 'We want
this baby polar bear dead' say animal rights lobby
rise in Lebanon as hopes for deal fade
PM Howard is 'arrogant, untrustworthy'... SEVEN-in-10 voters
believe Prime Minister John Howard is arrogant and fewer than half
consider him trustworthy, a Newspoll for The Australian newspaper
I am not Rush Limbaugh's servant...
home fire kills at least 62 in Russia A FIRE swept through a
nursing home in southern Russia, killing 62 people - a toll that
authorities said was inflated by safety violations, toxic materials,
negligence and the long distance from the nearest fire station.
under heavy fire Failing domain registrar Registerfly causes
thousands of domain owners to panic. ICANN, the ruling body comes
in late to try and pick up the pieces, but major shockwaves felt
around the internet as tens of thousands of website names are under
threat from vanishing into cyberspace
20 March 2007
dead, dozens trapped in mine gas explosion Methane blast kills
78 Russian miners Dozens still trapped underground A METHANE explosion
killed 78 people in a Siberian coal mine today in the deadliest
accident in Russia's mining industry in at least a decade...
talks open amid Japan-North Korea spats The banking dispute
that held up nuclear talks with North Korea for more than a year
appeared to be resolved Monday, but tensions between Japan and North
Korea could become a new obstruction to negotiations...
- New South Wales Premiere Attacked anti-coal protesters climbed
on to Morris Iemma's car today and his staff had to crash tackle
them as they chased the Premier. The dramatic incident happened
as Mr Iemma arrived at a rail maintenance facility in Newcastle.
Morris Iemma has failed to get Sydneys long running and disgraceful
public transport problems under control, a week before the State
Mr Tumble in sex fumble... TV favourite Mr Tumble is greeting
toddlers by saying “I’m f****** you” in sign language. The CBeebies
character says the gestures mean “I’m happy to see you”. But angry
parents have accused the BBC of jumbling up their signals.
charged with arson in fire that burned six million bottles of booze...
U.S. prosecutors charged a California man on Monday with stealing
fine wine he stored for upscale clients and then burning down a
warehouse holding 6 million bottles worth $200 million to $250 million
to hide the scam.
Ex-PM may be charged with offending king... THAI police have
recommended ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra be charged
with three counts of lese majeste which could put him him in jail
for 45 years, police chief Sereepisut Taemeeyaves said today.
schools get right to ban Muslim veils... Students in England
could be banned from wearing full-face Muslim veils for security
or educational reasons under government guidelines to be published
on Tuesday, officials said.
new weapon: 'Hit squads' Morgan Tsvangirai, beaten to within
an inch of his life just over a week ago, believes Zimbabwean President
Robert Mugabe has begun a new phase in his push to obliterate the
opposition using a new weapon: hit squads...
demands reason for Aussie Taliban sedation... Terror suspect
David Hicks military lawyer Major Michael Mori, says he can't understand
why his client would have been forcibly sedated and has demanded
WARNS IRAN IT WILL WITHHOLD NUCLEAR FUEL PARIS, Mar. 18 — Russia
has informed Iran that it will withhold nuclear fuel for Iran’s
nearly completed Bushehr power plant unless Iran suspends its uranium
enrichment as demanded by the United Nations Security Council, European,
American and Iranian officials said.
stops inspectors visiting nuclear site... Iran stopped UN inspectors
from visiting an underground bunker where it is building an industrial-scale
plant to make enriched uranium but the inspectors will try again,
diplomats told AFP Monday.
WEBSITE DEFACED BY EMPLOYEES Registerfly employees apparently
defaced the domain registrars' company website with obscenities,
after the company CEO Kevin Medina lost official ICANN accreditation,
and still fails to satisfy customer pleas for access to their domain
names. Thousands of websites at risk...
PM demands discipline as polls slump... Australian Prime Minister
John Howard demanded unprecedented discipline from his lawmakers
and Congress at Odds Over Iraq War
deputy Ramadan executed .. Baghdad: Saddam Hussain's former
vice president Taha Yassin Ramadan has been executed. Ramadan's
son Ahmad tolf Al Jazeera television that his father would be buried
in the area of the Iraqi city of Tikrit near Saddam's burial place.
DRONES 'FLY OVER IRAQ'... JERUSALEM (AP) - Pilotless planes
small enough for a single soldier to carry and operate are gathering
intelligence for U.S.-led forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Israeli
manufacturer said Monday.
Pak judges quit, Musharraf admits making mistakes
hands military base over to Iraqis... The British military handed
over a key base in the southern city of Basra to local forces today
as part of its gradual withdrawal from war-torn Iraq, a provincial
apologises for using first class seats to store corpses British
Airways has apologised to its most lucrative customers after twice
using first class cabins in aircraft as temporary morgues in the
last six months.
pilot 'more than six times over alcohol flying limit'...
Nicole judge busted smoking pot... POLICE have charged a judge
who has been hearing arguments over Anna Nicole Smith's body has
been busted for smoking drugs. As police continue top-secret investigations
into whether Smith's February death was murder, the judge's drug
smoking ways has added a bizarre twist to the saga.
editor gets 6 years for 'defaming' government...
BY PET FOOD MAKER KILLED 7 BEFORE RECALL...
flight GA-200 farewell... The last of the five Australians killed
in the Indonesian air disaster two weeks ago was farewelled this
who drink juice 'likely to be fat' Researchers from Deakin University
in Melbourne have found that Australian schoolchildren who drank
500ml of fruit juice and fruit drinks per day were more likely to
be overweight or obese than those who did not.
to ban 'cruel' stainless steel fishhooks... Australian Federal
Government conservation organisation is asking fishermen to stop
using stainless steel fishhooks, saying they are cruel.
crocodile found hurt in front seat of car... Rare reptiles stolen
from a park in Victoria have been found, near death, in the front
seat of a car whose driver was slumped over the steering wheel.
Qantas plane greeted like a star in LA... QANTAS made US aviation
history today when its new superjumbo passenger jet touched down
at Los Angeles International Airport.
mosquito developed... WASHINGTON - Researchers have developed
a malaria-resistant mosquito, a step that might one day help block
the spread of an illness that has claimed millions of lives around
19 March 2007 (11:00 EST)
WEBSITE DEFACED BY EMPLOYEES
It gets better... now the Registerfly employees are defacing the
elephants electrocuted FOUR wild elephants drunk on beer were
electrocuted when they stumbled into a power pole and brought it
down on top of themselves in northeast India.
pantie thief nicked in Japan POLICE found more than 4000 pieces
of lingerie in the home of a Japanese construction worker who used
climbing skills developed on his job to steal women's underwear.
soothes anger over gay comments THE top military officer in
the US tried today to calm anger that erupted after he described
homosexual acts as immoral, saying he was expressing only his personal
snatch pair on way home AN Australian and a New Zealander imprisoned
in Lebanon for helping a Canadian woman snatch her children back
from her husband were flying home today after their release yesterday
terror suspect awaits verdict AUSTRALIAN terror suspect Willie
Brigitte could face a jail sentence of up to 10 years if a French
court finds the former Sydney kebab shop worker guilty tomorrow
for life: Stress damages nerve cells ONE socially crushing moment
- think schoolyard bullies - can challenge the survival of new nerve
cells in the brain and may even lead to depression, US researchers
Two million domain names for 900,000 different owners at risk
AFTER months, if not years of dodgy practices, and claims of ICANN
failing to step in to oversee, one of the largest domain name registrars
in the world is finally losing their ICANN accreditation. Mr Medina
has failed to comply with requests of resolution or return of funds
with many customers.
18 March 2007 (6:00 EST)
to strip Hitler of citizenship
and Iran Hold Rare Direct Talks...
Laden's Followers Mark 50th Birthday...
supports deal on Iraq
I'M THE JFK OF 2008...
DEMS PULL OUT OF FOXNEWS DEBATE...
President Says 'Environmentalism is a Religion'...
goes nuclear in battle to save the planet...
Campaign: 'FOX NEWS has already proven they have no intention of
providing 'fair and balanced' coverage'...
Meltdown over FOX...
'partly responsible' for their troubles: Churchill...
Taken From Texas Hospital Found Safe...
Nation' Facebook group lands USC football players in hot water...
COVERAGE - GARUDA AIR DISASTER
Taliban: Homecoming hope for Hicks
'Buddha Boy' does second vanishing act...
crackdown in Los Angeles raises touchy immigration issue...
CAPTURES VICIOUS ATTACK ON 101-YEAR-OLD WOMAN...
high school students 'openly smoking medical marijuana in class'...
WARNS OF COMING CHAOS
Capitalism 'the road to hell'...
Won't Engage in FighT...
confirms Moon probe in 2007...
hangs upside-down in tree for three days
nine who plotted to blow up Sydney face court...
admits human rights failings
war leads to baby boom in Israel
shed light on NASA love triangle