Friday, 13 November 2009 London Lite CONTINUING IN CINEMAS THROUGH NOVEMBER DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND PG Contains infrequent scary images of the most spectacular concert movies ever. The Sneak The Sun A timely reminder of what talent really is... Larushka Ivan-Zadeh Metro utterly engaging from beginning to end. David Jenkins Time Out ...a poignant portrait of an entertainer, singer and showman... Allan Hunter Daily Express ...unique and enthralling record of Jackson... Alan Frank Daily Star ...a fantastic monument to Jackson... Baz Bamigboye Daily Mail World at a glance Suicidebombblastdestroys Pakistansspyheadquarters SUICIDE bombers struck at the heart of Pakistans anti-terror campaign today, devastating the countrys main spy agency in an attack that left at least nine people dead and 55 injured. The blast demolished the three-storey building of the Inter-Services Intelligence agency in the north-western city of Peshawar and wrecked many cars in the street outside. Police opened fire on the attacking vehicle in an attempt to stop it but failed. One building in the complex collapsed. Many people were trapped in the debris as rescue efforts continued. A separate suicide car bomb at a police station in the same region killed three people. Prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani said his countrys resolve to deal with militants would not be weakened. Attack: one of 55 injured in the blast USmovestoseizeIranskyscraper US prosecutors have started moves to seize four US mosques and a Manhattan skyscraper owned by a Muslim group suspected of being secretly controlled by the Iranian government. Prosecutors started court action against the Alavi Foundation, seeking the forfeiture of more than $500m (almost 300m) in assets. The assets include a 36-storey glass office tower on Fifth Avenue, bank accounts, Islamic schools and mosques in New York, Maryland, California and Houston, and more than 100 acres in Virginia. HuntforclimberlostinHimalayas HEAVY snowfall in Nepals high Himalayas has hampered search and rescue efforts for an injured Slovenian climber. Solo climber Tomaz Humar, 40, used a satellite phone on Monday to report himself injured while climbing 7,227-metre Langtang Lirung. Air and foot searches have failed to find him. Heavy snowfall has forced climbers to postpone searches because of the increased avalanche risk. Mr Humar is an experienced climber, who in 2005 was rescued from Nanga Parbat in the Himalayas. Aussiebikerkilledincrashwithroo A MOTORCYCLIST died yesterday in a freak collision with a kangaroo in Australia. Police said the 39-year-old man, from Bondi in Sydney, was riding his Harley-Davidson along a busy highway in New South Wales at about 4.15pm when a kangaroo jumped onto the road. The animal was not found, but witnesses confirmed the accident. Russiawantsfewerhoursinitsday RUSSIAN president Dmitry Medvedev wants to reduce the number of time zones in the country from 11 to as few as four in the name of economic efficiency. The move would see residents in the far eastern city of Vladivostok eating their breakfast blini at the same time their Chinese neighbours just a few miles away are slurping their noodles at lunch. Cancer victims could regrow own breastsWOMEN in London could be the first to be offered a pioneering technique that allows them to regrow breasts from their own cells. A surgeon from the London Breast Institute and St Georges Hospital is planning a clinical trial of the new procedure in March. It means women who have had a mastectomy after breast cancer have the chance to regrow breasts which feel and look more natural than saline and silicone implants. It comes after scientists in Australia said they will start using a similar procedure within six months. Professor Kefah Mokbel, who is leading the London trial, said: It is potentially a very exciting devel- opment. I believe it will allow us to regrow a fatty breast that looks and feels more natural. He will be seek- ing approval from his ethics com- mittee next month. Using the technique, surgeons would create a new breast composed of fat, but without functional breast tissue and milk ducts. Surgeons would implant a scaf- fold under the patients skin to create a cavity. Some of the womans own fat cells would be treated in a laboratory. They would then be injected into the cavity, and would divide to fill it. Professor Mokbel said mammary stem cells could one day be used to regenerate the whole breast, includ- ing nipples and milk ducts. 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