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    Plane was downed by bomb blast, says Russia
    MOSCOW, AUG. 27.Investigators found traces of explosives in the wreckage of one of two Russian airliners that crashed on Tuesday killing 90 on board. A spokesman for the FSB security service said on Friday that the explosive traces were found ...

    Najaf peace deal: Militants hand over keys to Sistani aides, quit shrine
    NAJAF, AUG. 27.Militants filed out of the revered Imam Ali shrine in the holy city of Najaf and turned its keys over to representatives of Iraq's top Shia cleric on Friday in the wake of a peace agreement to end three weeks of fighting with U.S. ...

    Cherie's firm to draft Blair impeachment motion
    LONDON, AUG. 27. In what is seen as the ultimate irony, the proposed motion to impeach the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, over the Iraq war is to be drafted by the legal firm in which his wife, Cherie, is a founder-partner. Two of Ms. ...

    Opposition boycotts Aziz election
    ISLAMABAD, AUG. 27. Shaukat Aziz, former Finance Minister and chosen nominee of the President, Pervez Musharraff, was today elected as Pakistan's Prime Minister in the ruling combine dominated National Assembly. He would be formally sworn in as ...

    Black candidates in Senate race
    CHICAGO, AUG.27. There is a striking moment in Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, when members of the Congressional Black Caucus petition Congress to re-examine the 2000 election results. One by one, African Americans from the lower chamber, the ...

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    Plea to extradite Mark Thatcher
    MALABO (Equatorial Guinea): The Equatorial Guinea Government has asked South Africa to extradite Mark Thatcher, son of the former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, who is under house arrest for his alleged role in a coup plot against ...

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