NEW YORK, March 18 (Reuters) - Jitters about deteriorating security in Iraq lifted COMEX gold to a one-month high Thursday, but its safe-haven shine was dulled by news that Pakistan troops may have cornered a top al Qaeda leader in the mountains near Afghanistan. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf told CNN that the ferocity of resistance his forces were facing had led generals to conclude that they were shielding a "high-value target." But Musharraf would not speculate on whether it ...
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