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March 24, 2003

Amnesty International has appealed to Iraqi authorities to follow the Geneva Conventions in their treatment of US prison ...
April 16, 2003

12-year-old Ali Ismail Abbas who lost both his arms and his family in a missile attack was admitted at a hospital in Kuw ...
July 30, 2004

Blood tests and x-rays carried out by American doctors on deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam have ruled out chances of him ha ...
October 31, 2003

Six Pune policemen have been suspended for giving special treatment to four people held in a multi-crore stamp paper rac ...
December 2, 2003

Activist and actress Nafisa Ali has been known for her AIDS activism for a while now. Her organisation Action India is d ...
November 30, 2005

At least 4 million people still desperately need anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs, the International Treatment Preparedness C ...
November 30, 2003

Lifesaving antiretroviral therapy (ART), a standard treatment in developed countries, was so scarce that in 2003 less th ...
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February 9, 2004

Soul siren Beyonce Knowles dominated the early stages of Sunday's 46th annual Grammy Awards, picking up five awards, but ...
February 9, 2004

When he wasn't accepting Grammy Awards, Justin Timberlake was apologizing for his role in Janet Jackson's breast-baring ...
February 9, 2004

The "wardrobe malfunction" that exposed singer Janet Jackson's breast on live television during the Super Bowl halftime ...
February 9, 2004

Pop star Justin Timberlake said Wednesday he was "shocked," "appalled and "embarrassed" that Janet Jackson's breast was ...
February 9, 2004

Singer Jackson embarked on a major promotional tour for her upcoming CD, "Damita Jo," with a halftime appearance at Sund ...
February 9, 2004

Janet Jackson is being sued for millions by a viewer who claims her bare breast stunt had 'seriously injured' Americans.
May 14, 2003

Fast bowler Shane Bond is returning home for treatment to a back injury sustained on the tour to Sri Lanka, New Zealand ...
May 6, 2003

An Indian citizen is among the suspected foreign patients of SARS in Beijing, where over a 100 people have died of the k ...
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