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The rest of the Pop Life: Art In A Material World exhibition will stay open. Childrens campaigners had criticised the photos inclusion. Copsacked for check on lover A MET Police officer has been sacked after admitting he used a confidential database to check up on his ex-girlfriends new lover. Christopher Ward, 26, also used the Police National Computer to help a woman find out if her ex-husband was still alive, Southwark Crown Court heard. Ward was given a two-year conditional discharge and ordered to pay 250 costs. CHRISTMAS gadget wars are set to kick off tomorrow when Sony releases a new hand-held games console that can download content from the web. The electronics giant hopes the PSP Go will take on Apples iPhone and iPod Touch as well as the Nintendo DS. Instead of storing games on a disc or cartridge, the new console allows users to download them via a wireless internet connection. 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J a n e L i d d o n , a n Australian business- woman in the area, said: A lot of people died in there (Padang city). A lot of places are burning. In Samoa and Tonga, the tsunami on Tuesday was triggered by an 8.3 mag- nitude earthquake, which left up to 15,000 people homeless on Savaii and Upolu islands. American Samoa, a US territory, has been simi- larly devastated and it is feared a missing UK man is among the victims. George Fergusson, the B r i t i s h H i g h Commissioner to Samoa and New Zealand, said: There have been eyewit- ness reports about an Englishman who was badly injured and has not yet been found. We are checking the hospitals and morgues. The Foreign Office confirmed that the two- year-old son of a British couple was swept from his parents arms by the force of the huge waves. He is missing, presumed dead. His parents are recover- ing in New Zealand, where they are believed to live. 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