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All hidden on the western front

Last Friday, along the desert highway to the Iraq border, two American warplanes flew low over the town of Azraq, less than 100km away from the capital of Amman.

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Stealth fighters to remain in S. Korea

B>SEOUL:/BUS stealth fighter jets in South Korea for joint war games will remain to act as a deterrent against North Korea, the US military said yesterday amid conflicting reports about whether the communist state test-fired a short-range missile.

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Hard task of winning over hearts and minds

Shahanaaz Habib reports from Baghdad: A young couple with their little boy in their arms stand on the rooftop of their house looking at the fighting just across the Tigris River.

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Pricey hotels no longer offer safety

Salah Abdillah and wife Eklase Mehdi raced with their children to the Sheraton Hotel six days ago when the US-led forces started pounding Baghdad non-stop.

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11 Afghan civilians killed in US bombing

Eleven Afghan civilians were killed when a bomb dropped by an American warplane landed on a home in eastern Afghanistan, near the border with Pakistan, the US military said Wednesday.

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Perak wants cargo airport

The Perak Government has suggested that the Federal Government build a cargo airport in Seri Iskandar about 40km from here.

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Briton held for smoking, bad behaviour during flight

A 36-year-old British national was arrested for smoking and unruly behaviour on board a Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Boeing 747 aircraft from Johannesburg, after it touched down at KL International Airport here on Wednesday.

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Kim says air force ready to beat 'enemy'

B>SEOUL:/BNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-il visited an air base just hours after Iraq's leadership crumbled and told pilots he was confident they could #8220;beat back the enemy#8221;, the North's official KCNA news agency reported yesterday.

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'Langkawi will not take over role'

The Kedah Government has no intention of moving the state administrative centre from Alor Star to Langkawi, said state Public Transport, Works and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Datuk Fong Chok Gin.

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