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14/07/2009 - 19:19

UK & USA Today Editoweb 14 july 2009

Hundreds pay respects to dead soldiers - Lotto joy of avalanche man's family - Thousands salute fallen UK soldiers.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 14 july 2009
Hundreds pay respects to dead soldiers

Hundreds of people have paid their respects to eight British soldiers killed in a bloody 24 hours in Afghanistan.

Lotto joy of avalanche man's family

A Kent man who survived an avalanche in which four of his friends died was celebrating a change in fortunes after his family won almost £8 million on the Lottery.

Thousands salute fallen UK soldiers

Thousands of people have lined the streets of a Wiltshire town to pay their respects to eight British soldiers killed during the Army's bloodiest 24 hours in Afghanistan.

London mayor calls 250,000 pounds "chicken feed"

London's outspoken mayor, Boris Johnson, has caused controversy after describing the 250,000 pound second salary he earns for writing a newspaper column as "chicken feed."

Swine flu GP died of natural causes

A GP who passed away while suffering from swine flu died of natural causes, according to police.

Government unveils elderly care plans

People will have to pay around £20,000 on retirement to fund a new National Care Service under fresh Government proposals.

2 more people arrested in slaying of Fla. couple

Two more people were arrested Tuesday in the slayings of a wealthy Florida Panhandle couple during a break-in executed with swift precision.

DC mom accused of killing 4 daughters cited demons

A Washington woman accused of killing her four daughters told police that her girls were possessed by demons.

Hoarded art by 'quirky' collector could net $20M

Charles Martignette's love of illustration art had largely gone unseen, an incredible collection tucked away in storage rooms and a sprawling warehouse before his death. But as auctioneers prepare for an expected $20 million sale, thousands of pieces of art — from scantily clad pinup girls to wholesome works by Norman Rockwell — will come out of the dust.

RNC Chairman: GOP, NAACP need to engage each other

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele says the GOP and the NAACP have missed opportunities to engage with each other.

Ohio executes trucker who went on killing spree

A former truck driver from Oregon who went on a multistate killing spree was executed Tuesday for murdering an Ohio man who gave him a ride in February 1991.

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