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Credit card leak sparks scare in US
Computer tapes containing credit card records of US Senators and more than a million American government employees are missing, Bank of America said yesterday, putting the customers at increased risk of identity theft. ...  | Read.. 
 
Zarqawi hunt
US and Iraqi troops swept into towns along the Euphrates river valley today in a push to flush out insurgents, and the government said it was closing in on al Qaida's le ...  | Read.. 
 
Musharraf appeal to thwart extremists
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, a key ally in the US-led war on terrorism, urged his nation today to combat Islamic extremists and stop them from misusing mosques and re ...  | Read.. 
 
Time to pamper 'em
A DNA test to determine how prone you are to wrinkles, a placenta facial, a diamond-tipped wand to scrape off dead skin cells, freckles removed from your cleavage ' it's Osca ...  | Read.. 
 
A toy terrier and its owner at a dog show in Moscow. (AFP)
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Trekkies rush to protest Trek end
Star Trek fans from around the world gathered at the gates of Paramount Studios in Hollywood..  | Read.. 
Castro skips cigar fest, Irons steals the show
Cuban President Fidel Castro snubbed hundreds of cigar aficionados by skipping a gala dinner closin..  | Read.. 
 
TV time delay plan angers Oscars
Oscar organisers yesterday blasted television network ABC f ...  | Read.. 

Harry's secret reunion
Prince Harry has flown his girlfriend Chelsy Davy to Englan ...  | Read.. 

Amnesty founder dies
Peter Benenson, the British lawyer whose outrage at the jai ...  | Read.. 

Aide to stand in for Pope
Pope John Paul will remain shut in his hospital room tomorr ...  | Read.. 

Israel beach blast hits peace
Palestinian forces, under pressure for tough action after a ...  | Read..