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JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (SP) — He may be gone, but he’s not forgotten. Yesterday, a private memorial service was held for Idi Amin, the former President of Uganda. He passed away last month in Saudi Arabia, where he had lived comfortably after being exiled from Uganda in 1979. Attendees at the service included a who’s who of warlords, despots, dictators, and A-list celebrities. » more...

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TORONTO, ON (SP) — Ontario Liberal leader Dalton McGuinty today stated that, while still going for the win, his party would give the incumbent Progressive Conservatives a "sporting chance" in the upcoming election by allowing the campaign to stray from the Tories' record over the past eight years to vague, unimportant issues. » more...

Kate Hudson Opposes Occupation of Iraq by Naming Child Uday Hussein

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SP) — No sooner was the first baby Dubya born in Baghdad than the first baby Uday will be born in Beverly Hills. Actress Kate Hudson and her husband, singer Chris Robinson (former front man of the Black Crowes), have announced that they will name their first child Uday, after the recently-deceased eldest son of Saddam Hussein, as a means of voicing their opposition to America’s military occupation of Iraq. » more...

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