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10/05/2009 - 20:03

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Blair hails Rwandan revival as 'inspiration to the world' - MP: 'Pay as much as you are able!" - Woman arrested over hit-and-run death.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 10 May 2009
Blair hails Rwandan revival as 'inspiration to the world'

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair on Sunday praised genocide-scarred Rwanda as "an inspiration to the world," after talks with President Paul Kagame.

MP: 'Pay as much as you are able!"

A minister begged the Commons authorities: "Please pay as much as you are able!" while putting home repairs on expenses, it has emerged.

Woman arrested over hit-and-run death

A woman has been arrested over a hit-and-run collision that left a boy dead.

Mizen murder anniversary peace plea

The father of murdered schoolboy Jimmy Mizen has said he wanted the anniversary of his son's death to be "a message for peace".

'BBC should reveal expenses too'

A Cabinet minister is urging the BBC to follow the Commons' example and publish every expenses receipt filed by its staff.

Last SLA inmate released from California prison

The last captured member of the notorious 1970s-era Symbionese Liberation Army has been released from a California prison.

Search for wanted Ga. prof ends with body found

The shooting deaths of three members of a theater group during a quiet picnic shattered an idyllic spring day at the sunny University of Georgia campus. Just as shocking was the suspect: A distinguished college professor.

NY's Schumer asks for probe into phone spam

A New York senator is asking for an investigation into the spam phone calls pitching bogus car warranties that many Americans receive several times a day.

Catholic political divide over Obama at Notre Dame

A campaign by outraged Roman Catholics to keep President Barack Obama from delivering the commencement address at Notre Dame shows that the gulf between the church and backers of abortion rights remains deep.

Black colleges will fight cut to federal program

Leaders of historically black colleges say they'll fight a reduction in a federal program they call a financial lifeline at a time of economic distress for the schools and their students.

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