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Thursday, 22 November 2001
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- Patrick Cockburn: The Northern Alliance has won, so don't expect it to give up power
- Charles Shaar Murray: Is Jonathan King a monster, or is he being monstered?
- Sir Donald Irvine: Ministers should stop trying to manage the NHS
- Jack Straw: In this new world, all of us must rethink our attitudes to sovereignty
- Natasha Walter: These refugees are our responsibility
- Dr Sushil Wadhwani: Some stock market excesses still need purging
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- Sailing: Air force drops off supplies for sick crewman
- Racing: Tote cut odds for Istabraq
- Sailing: Dalton crew member is 'seriously ill'
- Athletics: Macey's decathlon haul
- Racing: Williamson to ride Edredon
- Clamour for Games tickets
- Basketball: England find no answer to rampant Italy
- Boxing: Finkel keen to fix Lewis fight date
- Boxing: Warning sound of America's bursting bubble
- Racing: Board's concern over betting without bookies
Scottish independence: English people overwhelmingly want Scotland to stay in the UK
Isis threat: Cameron wants an alliance with Iran
Crisis? What crisis? A visiting US doctor gives the NHS a rave review
Richard Dawkins on babies with Down Syndrome: 'Abort it and try again – it would be immoral to bring it into the world'
Michael Brown shooting: Chaos erupts on the streets of Ferguson after autopsy shows teenager was shot six times – twice in the head
Scottish Independence Referendum: Salmond described as 'arrogant, ambitious and dishonest' by Scottish women
- 1 Richard Dawkins on babies with Down Syndrome: 'Abort it and try again – it would be immoral to bring it into the world'
- 2 ALS ice bucket challenge co-founder Corey Griffin drowns, aged 27
- 3 World peace? These are the only 11 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict
- 4 Nicki Minaj finally releases predictable 'Anaconda' video
- 5 James Foley 'beheading': Met police warn public watching murder video could be criminal offence