"BAGHDAD, Iraq, July 11 — More than 50 people were killed in Baghdad on Tuesday in violence that included a double suicide bombing near busy entrances to the fortified Green Zone, scattered shootings, mortar attacks, a series of car bombs and the ambush of a bus with Shiite...
"At least four six seven* of them reported so far, not much on the web as I type this here are some reports: Rediff, NDTV, Times of India, BBC, Mid Day, the Guardian, CNN. These come right after blasts in Srinagar.
"Enron founder, facing prison, dies in Aspen — What he couldn't do in the courtroom, former Enron Chairman Ken Lay may finally be able to achieve in death — avoid a criminal record. — Lay, 64, who died of a heart attack in Aspen,...
Alaa Hassan never did live to see publication of the last story he had filed. It got caught for a while, as stories sometimes are, in that no man's land between what a correspondent could reasonably get, and what an editor would really like
"Describing the sacking of AIIMS director as 'blatant slap on the face of the medical profession', IMA said the move was yet another instance of 'tremendous political interference' in the functioning of the institute."
"Reuters - Ken Lay's sudden death on Wednesday
will scuttle U.S. prosecutors bid to seize $43.5 million they
charged the former chief executive earned through illegal acts
at Enron Corp., legal experts said."