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Peter Andre accepts libel damages - Soldiers' bodies are returned to UK - Knighthood beyond Faldo's dreams.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 10 november 2009
Peter Andre accepts libel damages

Singer and TV personality Peter Andre has accepted "substantial" damages in the High Court over "offensive" allegations that he was lying in portraying himself as a loving father and husband.

Soldiers' bodies are returned to UK

Hundreds of people have turned out to pay their respects to six soldiers killed in Afghanistan as their bodies returned to British soil.

Knighthood beyond Faldo's dreams

British golf great Sir Nick Faldo said receiving his knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday had been an "unbelievable experience".

Mum Accepts Apology For Condolence 'Blunder'

The mother of a soldier killed in Afghanistan has accepted Gordon Brown's apology for any offence caused in his letter of condolence.

Ericsson says cutting 700 jobs in Britain

Swedish telecom equipment giant Ericsson said Tuesday it would axe 700 jobs and close a key facility in Coventry, by the middle of next year.

Obama remembers what Fort Hood victims left behind

Stepping for the first time into the role of national consoler, President Barack Obama is honoring the 13 people slain in a shooting rampage by remembering what they left behind, offering personal stories about the lives they touched and the service they provided to their country.

Police surround office near Mo. governor's mansion

Police surrounded an office building near the governor's mansion on Tuesday after a report of a disturbance initially believed to be a hostage situation. But they said there was no confirmation of hostages taken.

DC sniper's execution set for Tuesday night

The execution was set Tuesday night for John Allen Muhammad, the mastermind behind three weeks of sniper attacks in 2002 that left 10 dead and beset such fear people were afraid to go shopping, cut grass or pump gas.

Review: Police did not cause Celtic fan's death

An independent investigation of the death of a Boston Celtics fan who stopped breathing while in police custody found that officers acted "reasonably" and did not contribute to the man's death, but also concluded that police made mistakes at the arrest scene that led to confusion, officials said Tuesday.

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