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Last Updated: Tuesday, 9th August, 2005, 17:00 BST

Ex-PM says Dutch let Pakistani nuclear scientist go at CIA's request
At the request of the CIA, the Netherlands let go the father of Pakistan's nuclear program Abdul Qadeer Khan who worked in the country between 1975 and 1986, former Dutch prime minister Ruud Lubbers told Dutch public radio on Tuesday.

Drivers battle snow Authorities Getting Ready To Throw Protestors From Bush Ranch
Law enforcement authorities are taking steps to remove a group of about 50 peace activists camped near President Bush’s Crawford, TX, ranch, mounting an effort to accuse the Iraqi War protestors of trespassing.

A magnifying glass and a paper Brit License Plates Get Chipped

The British government is preparing to test new high-tech license plates containing microchips capable of transmitting unique vehicle identification numbers and other data to readers more than 300 feet away.

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