- Reporters Notebook: Britain, US at Odds over Iraqi Hostage and Cat Stevens A British hostage has made a desperate plea for his life, as his family accuses the US of "sabotaging" the release of two Iraqi women, as demanded by Kenneth Bigley's captors. Toby Helm, chief political correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, offers perspective on how the story is being covered in Britain, along with the deportation of folk singer-turned-Muslim convert, Cat Stevens.
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