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FBI preparing vast biometric database
The FBI is embarking on a $1 billion effort to build the world’s largest computer database of people’s physical characteristics, a project that would give the government unprecedented abilities to identify individuals in the US and abroad. ...  | Read.. 
Putin Europe’s ‘richest’ man
President Vladimir Putin of Russia has been likened to an African plutocrat after a controversial political scientist claimed that he had acquired control of £20 billion ...  | Read.. 
President stars in judo DVD
Russian President Vladimir Putin, a black belt in judo, apparently has the time to contribute to a textbook on the sport in addition to running the world’s largest count ...  | Read.. 
Blair turns Catholic
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has converted from Britain’s established church, Anglicanism, to Roman Catholicism, the head of Britain’s Catholics said to ...  | Read.. 
Miss France in title row
The president of the Miss France beauty pageant said yesterday that she wanted the winner of the 2008 competition to hand back her crown after a magazine published suggestiv ...  | Read.. 
Pandas to get fight lessons from dog
Scientists in China may use a police dog to teach pandas to fight after the first artificially bred panda released into the wild was apparently killed after a battle with oth ...  | Read.. 
A woman shows her lottery ticket with the number 06381 in Salmanca, Spain, on Saturday. The world’s biggest lottery, El Gordo (The Fat One), g ...  | Read
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Wizardry in Potter ‘genes’
If your wand is wanting, your spells lacklustre and your ability to zoom on a broomstick somewh..  | Read.. 
Airbrushing heat on magazines
Digitally-enhanced photographs of models are leaving young girls chasing the illusion of a flawless..  | Read.. 
Stronger Qaida shifts focus to Pak: US
A resurgent al Qaida terrorist network has shifted the ...  | Read..