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USA UK and Malta News
10/07/2009 - 20:34

UK & USA Today Editoweb 10 july 2009

Two British soldiers killed in Afghanistan - Briton describes fatal bull rampage - Swine flu patient dies in hospital.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 10 july 2009
Two British soldiers killed in Afghanistan

Two more British soldiers have been killed in separate incidents in Afghanistan's Helmand Province.

Briton describes fatal bull rampage

A British student described being gored in the leg by a rogue bull who went on the rampage at Spain's Pamplona festival, leaving one man dead.

Swine flu patient dies in hospital

A hospital patient from Essex has become the first person without underlying health problems to die after contracting swine flu, a health trust said.

Prosecutors review tabloid phone tap case

Prosecutors are "urgently" reviewing evidence on alleged phone hacking by the News of the World.

Teacher on attempted murder charge

A science teacher has been charged with the attempted murder of one of his students, police said.

Afghan death toll level with Iraq

Another British soldier has been killed in Afghanistan, bringing the total death toll level to that suffered in the Iraq war.

GM exits bankruptcy; CEO vows better performance

General Motors completed an unusually quick exit from bankruptcy protection on Friday with ambitions of making money and building cars people are eager to buy.

Levi Johnston: Palin resigned to cash in on fame

A spokeswoman for Gov. Sarah Palin is scoffing at comments by Bristol Palin's former fiance, who says he thinks Palin resigned to cash in on her fame.

NJ brewery draws ire for naming beers after exits

A New Jersey brewery is using the state's congested and often-derided turnpike to promote its beer, an idea that concerns the New Jersey Turnpike Authority and a group that opposes drinking and driving.

Prosecutor says foreign students neglected in Pa.

A California nonprofit placed foreign exchange students in deplorable conditions in Pennsylvania, with some becoming malnourished or living in homes strewn with dog feces, and a prosecutor said the neglect merits criminal charges.

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