Nothing will bring back the hundreds of British soldiers killed fighting in Iraq at Tony Blair's behest.
Under a modicum of scrutiny the PM's international 'achievements' quickly unravel
The Con-Dems have had it their way too long. We have to turn this country around
AN Italian judge has ordered the arrest of 13 CIA agents for allegedly helping to abduct an imam and fly him to Egypt as part of the US "war on terror," an Italian official familiar with the case said yesterday.
HUMAN Rights Watch attacked Colombia's plans to demobilise thousands of far-right militiamen on Thursday, calling on foreign governments not to fund the plan because it fails to provide justice for the paramilitaries' victims.
TOP UN poverty adviser Jeffrey Sachs told China yesterday that it should nationalise its health-care system to help bridge the gap between rich and poor.
THE IRA apologised yesterday for shooting to death a Catholic girl in 1973 during a botched ambush on a British army patrol in Derry.
SINN FEIN president Gerry Adams said yesterday that the bodies of the so-called disappeared would eventually be found and returned to their families.
NATIONWIDE strikes in Greece halted dozens of flights, disrupted transport services and kept government offices closed yesterday, when unions took action against government attacks on workers' rights.
THE White House defended presidential adviser Karl Rove yesterday after he sneered at liberals for allegedly being soft on terrorism.
A MALAYSIAN has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for beating to death his Indonesian maid while another Malaysian received a 12-year prison term and nine blows with a cane for raping his Indonesian maid three times, news reports said yesterday.
US President George W Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari stood shoulder to shoulder at the White House yesterday, both pledging eventual victory over Iraq's insurgency.
MORE than 200 international human rights and civic groups called on the African Union and United Nations yesterday to stop Zimbabwe's government from destroying the homes and livelihoods of poor city dwellers.