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Bin Laden captured after checking-in on Foursquare
Al-Qaeda leader and amateur short filmmaker Osama bin Laden has been captured after 'checking-in' to a local butcher
New Zealand moves 30cm closer to Australia, applies for dole
A recent earthquake has shifted New Zealand 30cm closer to Australia, the second phase of a long-term plan to connect
Gary Gygax fails saving throw vs heart attack
Although official reports have blamed a heart attack, archmage Mordenkainen is claiming responsibility and demanding experience points for the kill
Blair exit ends 28 years of conservative rule
"Maybe now we'll see some power returned to trade unions, welfare reform and a government that isn't in lockstep with Republican warmongers."
Saddam sentenced to death: to be released onto streets of Baghdad
"If the bombs don't get him, there's a strong chance Saddam will fall victim to American friendly fire."
Cheney to be greeted with weak-ticker-tape parade
Tight security will be in place to protect civilians in the event of Mr Cheney firing on them
Iran gets nukes: US invades Iraq again
The United States has warned Iran that unless it suspends its uranium enrichment program, there would be severe consequences –
Pope’s Easter message sends goodwill to all except gays, abortionists, Dan Brown
Pope Benedict XI has delivered his first Easter message, following Catholic tradition by issuing a heavily qualified call for peace
Japanese whalers defend Greenpeace collision “for research purposes”
The captain of the Japanese whaling ship, Nisshin Maru, has defended his actions during a collision with the Greenpeace-owned vessel,
Saddam pleads not guilty to mass murder, then orders execution of judges and their families
The show trial of Saddam Hussein has begun in Bahgdad. The Special Tribunal began its hearing two weeks early because
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