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Iranian media reports say the country's nuclear agency is trying to combat a complex computer worm that has affected industrial sites in Iran and is capable of taking over power plants.
It's been a tough week for celebrity divas. From Washington, you practically could hear the obscenities screamed in the cabanas at Hollywood pools as the news sank in on Tuesday.
China's aggressive military moves in recent months have many coun- tries worried about a Sino-centric Asian security future. But such a scenario is unlikely to unfold because the more China flexes its muscles, the more several of its neighbors turn to the United States for help.
North and South Korean officials will meet Friday for a second round of talks to try to resume reunions for families separated for decades by war, South Korea's Red Cross said Thursday.
Japanese officials are considering denying Paris Hilton entrance to the country because she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor drug charge and were questioning her for a second day Wednesday at Tokyo's airport.
Paris Hilton canceled her Asia tour and returned home when she was denied entry at Tokyo's airport Wednesday following a drug violation in the U.S. — running afoul of strict Japanese laws that have tripped up celebrities from Paul McCartney to Diego Maradona.
Paris Hilton canceled her Asia tour and returned home when she was denied entry at Tokyo's airport Wednesday following a drug violation in the U.S. _ running afoul of strict Japanese laws that have tripped up celebrities from Paul McCartney to Diego Maradona.
Japanese officials questioned Paris Hilton at Tokyo's airport for a second day Wednesday while they decide whether she will be admitted to the country after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor drug charge in Las Vegas.
Paris Hilton was denied entrance into Japan on Wednesday, two days after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor drug charge in Las Vegas.