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21/01/2009 - 22:06

UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 january 2009

7/7 suspect 'arrested in Pakistan' - Women can spot 'cute' babies best: research - Northern Rock bonuses defended.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 january 2009
7/7 suspect 'arrested in Pakistan'

British officials are investigating reports that an al Qaida leader wanted over the July 7 bombing attacks on London has been arrested in Pakistan.

Women can spot 'cute' babies best: research

Women are much better at spotting a cute baby than men, according to university research out Wednesday.

Northern Rock bonuses defended

Union leaders have defended bonuses being paid this week to staff at nationalised bank Northern Rock as a reward for their "dedication".

Proven Slimming Pill On Sale Soon

A scientifically proven slimming pill will soon be available from pharmacies without a prescription.

Royal Mail says profits to double

Postal operator Royal Mail, set to be part-privatised by the government, said Wednesday it was on track to nearly double its profits.

Police departments look for more fuel-cutting cars

Police Chief Richard Watson admits his department's newest patrol car is a curious departure from its big-horsepower Ford Crown Victorias. But the four-cylinder Pontiac Vibe GT has plenty of pep for policing, he said, and gets twice the gas mileage.

Grand jury: Ind. man deliberately crashed plane

A federal grand jury indicted an Indiana investment adviser Tuesday on charges of deliberately crashing his small airplane in the Florida Panhandle to try to fake his own death as part of a plan to escape financial ruin.

Mich. police: Boy, 8, spent 10 days with dead mom

An 8-year-old boy lived for more than a week with the body of his dead mother before telling a concerned shopkeeper his mom was "in a better place," police said. Gaynell Tipado, 41, apparently died Jan. 9 in their apartment in the Detroit suburb of Romulus, and the boy survived in part by eating dried rice, butter and flour, authorities said.

SEC charges missing money manager Nadel with fraud

Federal regulators are charging a missing hedge fund manager with fraud, saying he misled investors and overstated the value of investments in the six funds by about $300 million.

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