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Tue, 28 Nov 2006 15:45:34 +0180
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush's agenda at a NATO summit this week will
include pressing alliance members to increase defense spending. Aides say many
U.S. allies are ill-equipped for modern military operations.
LONDON, England -- Five people have undergone testing for possible radioactive
contamination following the death of a former Russian spy in London, British
Home Secretary John Reid said on Monday.
NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Click on the iTunes music store and punch in "Beatles"
under artist search. More than 50 albums will pop up, including Arthur Fiedler
and the Boston Pops Play the Beatles, but none are the real deal. Fans wishing
to download the actual Fab Four in MP3 format have to search peer-to-peer sites
like Limewire for unlicensed songs they can listen to free.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan said Monday that Iraq is
close to civil war, as the Bush administration stepped up diplomatic efforts to
stabilize the war-torn country.
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