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Cop Knocked Out At Gaza Protest - Man Charged Over M45 Burning Body - Newborn Baby Dumped In Bushes.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 10 january 2009
Cop Knocked Out At Gaza Protest

A policeman has been knocked unconscious and two others have been injured during a protest in London against the fighting in Gaza.

Man Charged Over M45 Burning Body

A 51-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murder after a burning body was found by the side of a motorway.

Newborn Baby Dumped In Bushes

A three-hour-old baby has been found abandoned under a frost-covered hedge in a school playing field.

Firms sign up to internships plan

University graduates unable to find a job at the end of their courses could be offered modestly-paid internships to prevent them joining the growing ranks of the unemployed.

Baby girl abandoned on school field

A baby girl less than three hours old has been found abandoned on a school playing field, police said.

Man remanded over burning body find

A 51-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murder after a burning body was found by the side of a motorway.

Internships For Jobless Grads?

University leavers who struggle to find work after graduating could be offered low-paid internships under a Government scheme.

Feds have plan if Mexico drug violence spills over

If Mexican drug violence spills across the U.S. border, Homeland Security officials say they have a contingency plan to assist border areas that includes bringing in the military.

Texas to reconsider $6M steriod testing in schools

Boys and girls in all sports, from football to tennis to cross country, have been randomly selected.

House impeaches governor, who vows to fight

Rod Blagojevich was impeached Friday by Illinois lawmakers furious that he turned state government into a "freak show," setting the stage for an unprecedented trial in the state Senate that could get him thrown out of office.

Losing job for first time a painful experience

Behind the latest unemployment figures showing another 500,000-plus Americans lost their jobs is a sad truth: The deeper the recession becomes, the more it touches people whose livelihoods have never been threatened by dark financial times.

elem teacher arrested on drug charge

Police in central Pennsylvania say they have arrested a veteran elementary school teacher and seized 72 pounds of marijuana from her home.

Northwest floodwaters recede; cleanup begins

 State officials began reopening Washington's major highways on Friday as floodwaters receded and road crews plowed away mud, snow and debris. But flooding continued on some major rivers, and residents of some low-lying areas were only beginning to tackle the cleanup of their sodden homes.

Rare 'dinky' bird migrates to US for first time

Birders with binoculars and cameras are flocking to a remote state park in search of a small yellow-chested bird that apparently crossed the U.S. border for the first time from its high-mountain habitat to the south.

Oakland shooting fuels anger over police brutality

The videotaped killing of an unarmed black man by a transit police officer here has inflamed long-running tensions between police and many African-American residents.

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