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Firms face risky Iraq business
Richard Powell, 10 July 2003
The UK Foreign office advises against "all but the most essential travel" to Iraq but some businessmen have never seen a better time to go.
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Edinburgh Film Festival worth the wait
Greig Cameron, 10 July 2003
The official launch of the 57th Edinburgh International Film Festival didn’t go off quite as smoothly as was planned…
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Who's afraid of the EU? A British response to a British problem
Gareth Jones, 9 July 2003
With the EU entering a new phase of integration, has anybody asked where Britain fits in? Why has the UK in general, whether Tory or Labour, almost always appeared scared by Brussels?
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Private joke? Dentists 'are ripping off Britons'
Marie Freebody, 9 July 2003
It's hard to imagine a pain greater than a spell in the dentist's chair, but the bill afterwards can prove just as fearsome.
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India's 'third sex': Ridiculed, persecuted, shunned
Smita Sahay, 5 July 2003
A poignant portrayal of the travails of India's eunuchs.
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Romania rapped for prison brutality
Daniela Tuchel, 4 July 2003
A damning judgement from the European Court of Human Rights has put judicial reform in Romania back under the spotlight.
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UK mobile networks to cease rates rip-off
Marie Freebody, 2 July 2003
The long-running battle between the four main British mobile network operators and regulators has finally come to an end.
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Middlesex v. Surrey at Lords
Zohaib Ahmed, 2 July 2003
Comprehensive coverage of the four-day Frizzell County Championship at Lords.
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X-ray specs become science fact
Greig Cameron, 30 June 2003
Soldiers and rescue workers could soon be using next generation technology to see through walls.
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Mars Express to unravel Red Planet's mysteries
Marie Freebody, 28 June 2003
The mystery of whether there is life on Mars has captivated imaginations for generations. The latest mission there could finally provide certainty to astronomers and stargazers alike.
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