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American Marion Jones made a triumphant return to the track on Friday as she won the 60m sprint at the indoor Millrose Games in a time of 7.21 seconds.
Many reports of US and British government action on Iraq are based on slippery presumptions about Baghdad and its allegedly illicit arms programme. But the events and issues obscured, denied and distorted by Washington and London over the years reveal crucial realities behind today's developments.
Jacques Kallis slammed his sixth recent century against the West Indies as South Africa won a high-scoring fifth and final one-day international at the Wanderers Stadium on Wednesday.
Ricardo Powell's half-century proved in vain as rain washed out the third one-day international between South Africa and West Indies on Friday.
The rate at which call centre jobs will flow out of rich countries will not be as alarming in coming years as feared, independent market analyst Datamonitor said yesterday.
With Malaysia and Singapore pledging to mend their testy bilateral ties, Australia and the United States also want to be next on the list.