Apple closes a trojan loophole after 550,000 Macs are infected
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Apple closes a trojan loophole after 550,000 Macs are infected

The security of more than 550,000 Macs around the world have been compromised by the Flashback trojan.

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Masters 2012: the final day – live!
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Masters 2012: the final day – live!

This is amazing drama. So much tension. Oosthuizen is left with a 30 footer down the slope. He sets it out left. It snakes back right, and then left again as it reaches the hole.

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Nigerian car bombs
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Nigerian car bombs

Two car bombs have exploded in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna. Attacks in the area over Easter had been threatened by the Islamist group Boko Haram

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A trip back to your roots
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A trip back to your roots
A trip back to your roots

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Sydney’s gourmet food safaris

Popular Australian television host Maeve O’Meara, of Food Safari fame, grew the idea of a gourmet culinary tour in Sydney after sharing some of her favourite foodie discoveries with family and friends.

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The ultimate New York City food tour
The ultimate New York City food tour

“I sometimes feel like a drug dealer, pushing stuff on people,” my driver confessed as he weaved a white Checker taxi through New York City traffic. “Hey, wanna piece of pie?”

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Gorillas in the mix in Uganda
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