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Britain: Arrest Without Committing a Crime, No Juries

The government is considering new tough anti-terrorism laws to prevent an al Qaeda attack including plans to target suspects even if they have not committed an offence, Home Secretary David Blunkett will say today.

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>> Death Toll at 53 in China Plane Crash

>> Air Force Coach to Remove Christian Banner

>> Arab Media Reporting 25 American Soldiers Die in Car Bomb Attack

>> Flight imbound to Washington from France Diverted

>> Rules of War Are Ignored in Iraq, Says Red Cross

>> Iraq sets election day

>> House Republican revolt hands Bush surprise defeat on intelligence overhaul

>> French 'decapitated' protestors

>> Rumsfeld showing no signs of leaving

>> Officials: CIA memo not an order to 'back Bush'

>> Los Angeles Talk Show Hosts Find Killing American Troops Funny

>> Head of Movement to Amend Constitution For Schwarzenegger Soft-Peddles Arnold's Nazi Links, Drug Use, Sexual Harrassment

>> Tens of Thousands of Votes Lost, Stolen, Miscounted

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>> CIA shake-up too much like a political purge

>> On executions, beheadings, and other propaganda operations

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>> Cops Taser 14-Year-Old Who Wouldn't Drop Game Boy

>> School official asks police to stop Tasers

>> Lawmakers Say Intelligence Bill Not Dead

>> Fear is the key as Blair apes Bush's victory plan

>> Anti-terror laws 'may go further'

>> Britain joins EU army

>> Anti-Bush protest at a trade summit in Chile turns violent

>> Police get power to search pupils at random for knives

>> US 'Star Wars' missiles will be in Europe in five years

>> Iran promises to suspend uranium enrichment

>> Pakistani PM expects "substantive dialogue" on Kashmir with India

>> U.S. Stands by Powell Comments on Iran Nuke Threat

>> MI6 agents drafted in to improve Gaza security

>> N.Korea Says Kim Portrait Reports a 'U.S. Plot'

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>> "Smart Dust" may soon be watching you

>> Pilot program testing mileage tax

>> In Texas, 28,000 students test e-tagging system

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