NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Mystery solved. Jennifer Lopez and her new groom Cris Judd are honeymooning in the lakeside Italian villa of fashion designer Donatella Versace.

SEVASTOPOL, Ukraine – Protesting war can be good for your health. Take the example of a 59-year-old Ukrainian woman who recently performed 2060 knee bends to protest possible U.S. military action in Afghanistan.

FRYEBURG, Maine – Chubby Checker turns 60 today – but seniorhood isn’t slowing him down one bit. In fact, he’s spending his birthday performing at the Fryeburg Fair in Fryeburg, Maine.

HONG KONG – A shopkeeper in Hong Kong has created an Osama bin Laden action figure using pieces of an old Barbie doll. Echo Cheuk Sze-pun is displaying the doll in his store window to attract customers.

TEHRAN, Iran – A 16-month-old Iranian toddler who wandered away from his parents tent was found in the care of a mama bear six miles away. Medical examinations show the baby is in good health, and it is suspected the bear probably breast fed the baby.

PHNOM PENH – 1,300 endangered animals that were to be on the menu of a restaurant in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, specializing in rare delicacies have been rescued by wildlife officials. The rescued animals include rare turtles, ant- eaters, and a sun bear.

ISLAMABAD – Digitally-composed pictures of Osama bin Laden are becoming the hot accessory for cell phones in Pakistan. The screen saver-like image of bin Laden can be manipulated to waggle his eyebrows, move his mouth and explode dramatically.

HONG KONG – Hong Kong cocktail waitresses are fuming over a possible ban on cigarette smoking in bars and clubs. The waitresses claim the restriction could kill business as much as 10 percent. About 2000 hostesses recently protested the proposed ban by carrying signs that read, “Oppose the vile law, save our rice bowls.”

SEAFORD, N.Y. – A Long Island man who racked up $10,000 in parking tickets has been arrested. The 26 year old averaged three to four parking tickets a week, most from parking illegally at a train station where he caught a daily commuter train into Manhattan.

LAGOS, Nigeria – First, American singers sang “We Are The World” to help troubled Africans. Now, 16 years later, Africans are returning the favor. Nigerian singer Sonny Okosuns has organized an all-star line-up of African musicians for a song called “We Are The Nation” dedicated to the victims of the recent terrorist attacks.