Martin Sieff

Chief News Analyst for UPI

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Parts of Central London are locked down for a manhunt after a  massive car bom b was found unexploded in the heart of the city.

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is about to leave for a high-stakes  tour of the Middle East , starting in Israel and the Palestinian Territories.

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