ABC News Investigation: High School Students Filling Prescriptions

U.S.

High School Students Filling Prescriptions

The country's major drug store chains are increasingly relying on pharmacy technicians, often as young as 16 with little training, to fill prescriptions involving even the most powerful drugs. (ABC News)

Meet the Credit Card Theft Culprits

The discount retailers' owner announced yesterday that some 45 million of its customers were targeted in the largest credit card information theft to date. (ABC News)

Millions Targeted by Credit Card Theft: Are You One of Them?

The corporate owner of T.J. Maxx and Marshall's today tried to play down the massive credit card information theft that targeted some 45 million of its customers. (ABC News)

Dell Reports It Has Found 'Misconduct'

With its accounting under scrutiny by U.S. regulators and prosecutors, Dell said Thursday that "evidence of misconduct" had been uncovered in an internal investigation of its financial practices over several years. (International Herald Tribune)

DETAINED BRITONS

Iran Broadcasts British Sailor's Apology

One of the 15 British service members held captive in Iran appeared Friday on the government's Arabic-language TV and apologized for entering Iranian waters "without permission." (AP)

GUANTANAMO

Australian Signs Guantanamo Plea Deal for Seven Years

Australian Guantanamo prisoner David Hicks signed a plea agreement that limits his sentence for supporting terrorism against the United States to seven years in prison, the military tribunal judge said on Friday. (Reuters)

BANGLADESH

Bangladesh Executes Six Militants

Six Islamic militants convicted of killing two judges during a wave of bomb attacks have been hanged in Bangladesh, officials say. (BBC)

IRAQ NEWS

Shiite Market Bombings Kill at Least 125

Five suicide bombers struck Shiite marketplaces in northeast Baghdad and a town north of the capital at nightfall Thursday, killing at least 125 people and wounding more than 150 in one of Iraq's deadliest days in years. (AP)

Iraq Re-arrests Police Over Reprisal Killings

Iraqi authorities have re -arrested 18 policemen who had been detained but then freed over the reprisal killing of up to 70 Sunni Arab men in the northern town of Tal Afar this week, police said on Friday. (Reuters)

AL QAEDA

Al Qaeda, Penny-Pinchers?

New details on al Qaeda's operations reveal the terrorist group to be an apparently budget-conscious organization that closely tracks payments and members. (ABC News)

IRAN

IAEA Pushes Iran to Accept Cameras at Atom Site

The International Atomic Energy Agency is pushing Iran to agree to cameras in its underground nuclear plant within days and Western states are mulling whether to seek a crisis IAEA meeting if Tehran refuses, diplomats said. (Reuters)

SOMALIA

Report: Helicopter Shot Down in Somalia

An Ethiopian helicopter attacking insurgent positions in Somalia's capital was shot down Friday as government and allied troops battled hundreds of gunmen in the streets, witnesses said. (AP)

Fighting Rages for 2nd Day in Mogadishu

Islamic insurgents rained down mortars, rocket-propelled grenades and machine-gun fire on government-allied troops Friday, a day after the government began an offensive to quash the growing insurgency. (AP)

ZIMBABWE

African Leaders Stand by Mugabe

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