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11/01/2009 - 19:44

UK & USA Today Editoweb 11 january 2009

Army to probe Harry's 'Paki' remark - Royal Marine dies in Afghan blast - Army To Probe Harry Race Slurs.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 11 january 2009
Army to probe Harry's 'Paki' remark

Prince Harry's use of the word "Paki" about an Asian colleague is to be looked at by his commanding officer in line with "normal Army procedures", the Ministry of Defence said.

Royal Marine dies in Afghan blast

A Royal Marine has been killed by an explosion in Helmand Province, southern Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence said.
Army To Probe Harry Race Slurs


Prince Harry is to be investigated by his commanding officer after "disturbing" video footage of him calling an Army colleague "Paki" emerged.

More body parts discovered after head found

Police investigating the discovery of a woman's head in a shopping bag said they have recovered more human remains.

Prince Harry underfire for racist comments

Prince Harry says he is extremely sorry for using the term "Paki" about a member of his platoon.

Prince Harry apologises for racist language

Prince Harry apologised Sunday for any offence caused after a self-filmed video was released showing him calling an army colleague a "Paki" and telling another he looked like a "raghead".

Cameron condemns Harry race jibe

David Cameron said Prince Harry's use of the term "Paki" about an Army colleague was "completely unacceptable".

Charter bus, cars collide on snowy NH highway

Officials in New Hampshire say 59 vehicles, including three buses and two tractor-trailer rigs, have crashed on a snowy highway.

Renegade Nevada claims election bellwether status

With its 24-hour casino gambling, legalized prostitution and drive-through wedding chapels, Nevada seems anything but conventional. But when it comes to voting in presidential elections, the maverick state is as mainstream as it gets.

Lifting veil of privacy, friends discuss Kennedy

When community groups and the Board of Education were caught in an acrimonious dispute over an arts program, education officials brought in a fixer: Caroline Kennedy.

Blagojevich faces tough trial in Senate

Gov. Rod Blagojevich will face long odds, and perhaps some legal twists, in the Illinois Senate trial that will decide whether he'll keep his job or be tossed out of office.

Baltimore mayor shows she's not easily rattled

It was easy to find the symbolism in Mayor Sheila Dixon's first public event since being indicted on theft and perjury charges.

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