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IT's a disaster with US tech EDS
Richard Powell, 18 November 2004
This week's crisis at the Child Support Agency has revealed what government ministers wanted to keep quiet…
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Bolton maintain early season form
Sam Clark, 16 November 2004
With the recent 1-1 draw against Middlesborough, Sam Allardyce’s Bolton side further consolidated their surprising early season form in the Premiership.
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Brazil: Football king's mother abducted
Tom Phillips and Thais Viallela, 9 November 2004
The kidnapping of a national football star's mother shows the dark underbelly of Brazil's beautiful game and its ransom-fuelled snatch squads.
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EU politician backs down over outspoken views
James Malysz, 4 November 2004
Rocco Buttiglione, the man Italy endorsed to be European commissioner-designate for justice has stepped aside after other MEPs threatened to veto his position within the commission.
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United States Election: An open letter to voters
Chris Wearmouth, 1 November 2004
As Election Day looms in the US, people in every country watch and wait, while one reporter appeals to Americans to vote responsibly…
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Souness sees success at Newcastle
Matthew Carlton, 29 October 2004
Graeme Souness has made a more than impressive start to his Newcastle tenure, but the beautiful game hasn't always been so kind to the Geordies' manager…
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How can we trust our politicians?
James Malysz, 29 October 2004
With British political parties competing to gain ground in the popularity stakes, one reporter examines how increasingly ambitious promises are swelling public distrust…
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Iraq Christians 'in constant fear' want safe zones
Mike Hirst, 27 October 2004
Growing violence against Iraq's estimated 700,000 Christians could mean the creation of "green zone" style enclaves to protect against attacks by Muslim extremists.
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Grade: Women on top at the BBC
Richard Powell, 20 October 2004
Interview BBC chairman Michael Grade has defended comments made by a former director-general suggesting BBC women exectives are to blame for a spate of "terrible" programming.
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Rio drugs boss murder threatens return to chaos
Tom Phillips and Thais Viallela, 12 October 2004
The assassination of a renowned Rio drugs lord throws Brazil's tourism capital into further violence with some areas on a war footing.
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