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12/08/2009 - 20:12

UK & USA Today Editoweb 12 august 2009

Piracy or mafia row? Missing ship mystery deepens - £40m jewellery heist gunfire probed -
English Channel Pirate Ship Heads To Atlantic.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 12 august 2009
Piracy or mafia row? Missing ship mystery deepens

Mystery deepened Wednesday over a missing Russian-crewed cargo ship last seen in July in the English Channel, as experts debated whether pirates, a mafia quarrel or a commercial dispute were to blame.

£40m jewellery heist gunfire probed

Two robbers who pulled off Britain's biggest ever jewellery heist may have shot at security guards, sources have said.

English Channel Pirate Ship Heads To Atlantic

A ship attacked by pirates as it approached the English Channel is now believed to have headed into the Atlantic Ocean, Sky News Online has learned.

Meteor shower: Head north or watch on Twitter

Skywatchers are getting ready for a night of shooting stars - but the best view might be on Twitter.

Duncan sorry for 'rations' outburst

A senior Tory has apologised after he was recorded complaining that MPs were treated like "s***" and forced to exist on "rations".

Marines assault Taliban town in Afghanistan

Helicopter-borne U.S. Marines backed by Harrier jets stormed a Taliban-held town in southern Afghanistan before dawn Wednesday, the launch of a new operation to uproot Taliban fighters from a longtime base and provide security for next week's presidential election.

NC activist can coax students away from military

A rural North Carolina school district with a proud military tradition is allowing a Quaker peace activist a chance to coax high school students away from careers in the armed forces, attorneys said Wednesday.


Atlanta jury convicts man of aiding terror groups

A 23-year-old man was convicted Wednesday of aiding terrorist groups by sending videotapes of U.S. landmarks overseas and plotting to support "violent jihad," after a federal jury rejected his arguments that it was "empty talk."

Facing more heated questions, Specter tries humor

Sen. Arlen Specter, facing more jeers and taunts during another town hall meeting Wednesday, sought to defuse tensions about health care reform debate with a few jokes.

Bodies of Italians killed in air crash going home

Five Italian tourists killed in the air collision over the Hudson River were taken in five hearses to Kennedy Airport for their final trip home Wednesday as divers recovered 30 pieces of the helicopter they were riding in from the river.

Maine's windkeepers: From ship masts to windmills

Silent surroundings almost tease the ears as clouds skitter across the top of this eastern corner of Maine. The wind, barely audible, swishes through beech and fir trees crowding the hills of an area so remote it's part of the state's Unorganized Territory.

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