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01/12/2009 - 20:46

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Hacker gets new hope on extradition - UK Keeps Up Pressure On Iran Over Yachtsmen - Three Charged After Kent Police Raids.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 1 December 2009
Hacker gets new hope on extradition

Home Secretary Alan Johnson has said he is considering granting computer hacker Gary McKinnon extra time to apply for a judicial review of his case.

UK Keeps Up Pressure On Iran Over Yachtsmen

The families of the five British yachtsmen held by Iran are to attend the Foreign Office as efforts continue to win their freedom.

Three Charged After Kent Police Raids

Three people have been charged with robbery offences following a series of police raids.

Concern grows for crew held in Iran

The Iranian ambassador to the UK has held talks at the Foreign Office over the capture of five British sailors as fears grow for their safety.

Obama speech: More troops, no endless commitment

President Barack Obama is sending 30,000 extra U.S. troops to Afghanistan on an accelerated timetable that will have the first Marines there as early as Christmas and all forces in place by summer. But he'll also declare Tuesday night that troops will begin leaving in less than three years.

Seattle police kill suspect in officer slayings

The man suspected of gunning down four police officers in a suburban coffee shop was shot and killed by a lone patrolman investigating a stolen car early Tuesday. Four people were arrested for allegedly helping the suspect elude authorities during a massive two-day manhunt.

AP Exclusive: Obama aunt anguished by separation

President Barack Obama's aunt buried her face in her hands and sobbed as she described her anguish over no longer having contact with him and his family after the revelation she had been living illegally for years in the United States in public housing.

Attorney: Woods' wife asked neighbors to call 911

Tiger Woods did not appear to be driving under the influence and showed no signs of having been in a fight in the minutes after his car crash outside his mansion, an attorney for the neighbors who dialed 911 said Tuesday.

Dying man robbed in Philadelphia ER waiting room

Police say three people who noticed a Philadelphia school counselor unconscious and dying in an emergency waiting room robbed him instead of going for help.

Baltimore mayor convicted on 1 gift card charge

Baltimore's mayor was convicted Tuesday on a single charge she took gift cards intended for the city's poor. Although Sheila Dixon was acquitted of felony theft charges, her misdemeanor conviction could force her from office.

DC Council takes first vote on same-sex marriage

In the first of two votes on allowing same-sex marriage in the nation's capital, the District of Columbia City Council has passed the bill 11 to 2.

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