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10/02/2009 - 19:35

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Student denies charge over Chinese PM shoe protest - John Lewis To Create 5,000 Jobs - 3,000 jobs under threat in new cuts.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 10 february 2009
Student denies charge over Chinese PM shoe protest

A German student accused of hurling a shoe at Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao at an elite English university pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a public order offence.

John Lewis To Create 5,000 Jobs

John Lewis has announced plans to create 5,000 new jobs in the next three years.

3,000 jobs under threat in new cuts

More than 3,000 jobs were axed or threatened in a fresh wave of cuts ahead of new figures expected to show official unemployment bursting through the two million mark.

Hiddink Gets Go-Ahead For Chelsea

Russian football bosses have given approval for Guus Hiddink to manage Chelsea until the end of the season.

Queen to make donation for Australia fire victims

Queen Elizabeth II will make a private donation in support of a fundraising appeal on behalf of victims of Australia's worst-ever wildfires, a royal spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

NY hedge fund swindler's girlfriend pleads guilty

The girlfriend of a former hedge fund manager convicted of swindling clients out of millions of dollars pleaded guilty Tuesday to helping him flee before he was supposed to start serving a 20-year prison sentence.

Some rejected Minn. Senate ballots to be counted

The judges in the Minnesota Senate trial have identified the first of what could be many wrongly rejected absentee ballots that they say must be included in the final count.

Captain of ship stuck off Hawaii relieved of duty

The commanding officer of a $1 billion warship that ran aground along the coast of Honolulu has been relieved of duty, the Navy said Monday.

Jar peanut butter sales fall amid salmonella fears

Shoppers are leaving jarred peanut butter off their grocery lists, according to sales figures, even though familiar brands have not been affected by the salmonella outbreak that has sickened hundreds and led to one of the largest product recalls in U.S. history.

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