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11/08/2009 - 22:23

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New N Ireland police chief is named - Manhunt After Britain's Biggest Gems Heist - New Northern Ireland Police Chief Named.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 11 august 2009
New N Ireland police chief is named

Northern Ireland's new Chief Constable Matt Baggott has vowed to build on the legacy of the man he will succeed, Sir Hugh Orde.

Manhunt After Britain's Biggest Gems Heist

CCTV images have been released of two men wanted in connection with a £40m raid on a Mayfair jeweller - believed to be Britain's biggest gems heist.

New Northern Ireland Police Chief Named

The Leicestershire Chief Constable succeeds Sir Hugh Orde, who will become president of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).

Bank may leave door open for more QE

The Bank of England's new growth and inflation forecasts will likely leave the door open for more quantitative easing, as weak economic growth raises the risk of inflation falling short of its 2 percent target.

Coastguard suggests piracy in missing ship mystery

A cargo ship that went missing after being hijacked was last contacted in the English Channel and could have been under control of pirates at the time, the coastguard said Tuesday.

Obama says health care critics use 'scare tactics'

Braced for a fight he never got, President Barack Obama went on the offensive in support of his health care plan Tuesday, urging a town hall audience not to listen to those who seek to "scare and mislead the American people."

Divers return to Hudson, hoping to recover plane

New York police divers and crews from the Army Corps of Engineers worked together Tuesday afternoon on efforts to recover the last two victims of a plane-helicopter collision that killed nine people.

Colombian drug kingpin pleads guilty in Fla.

The boss of a Colombian cocaine cartel that smuggled some $10 billion worth of cocaine into the U.S. pleaded guilty Tuesday to drug charges that will send him to prison for at least 10 years.

Gonzales discourages possible CIA criminal probe

Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says a criminal investigation into whether CIA interrogations after 9/11 crossed legal lines could have a chilling effect on U.S. anti-terrorism efforts.

Animal groups in court over Helmsley fortune

Leona Helmsley's dog, Trouble, may be living quietly enough in Florida, but there's a lot of barking about the way the late hotel queen's millions are being given away.

Advocates: Release 2 Haitians to bury daughter

Nearly three months after a boat overloaded with Haitian migrants capsized off South Florida's coast, the body of the youngest drowning victim lies unclaimed in a morgue.

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