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Secret torture chambers, the brutal interrogation of prisoners, murders by paramilitaries with links to powerful ministries... Foreign affairs editor Peter Beaumont in Baghdad uncovers a grim trail of abuse carried out by forces loyal to the new Iraqi government
The satellite-based system will monitor the speed limit and apply the brakes or cut out the accelerator if the driver tries to exceed it. A government-funded trial has concluded that the scheme promotes safer driving.
The announcement, originally made on the front page of the June 12 Observer, quoted Bob Geldof, who said, "Tomorrow 280 million Africans will wake up for the first time in their lives without owing you or me a penny . . ." Right and I'll wake up as Eminem.
Now that's what I call Progress.
A former top Iranian intelligence official said the hostage taker in a photograph made during the 1979 U.S. Embassy crisis is not president-elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad but a militant who committed suicide in jail
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