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16/06/2009 - 20:12

UK & USA Today Editoweb 16 June 2009

Iran clamps down on media as unrest grows - Swine flu toll at more than 1,500 - Police watchdog to probe Taser arrest video.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 16 June 2009
Iran clamps down on media as unrest grows

Iran has banned foreign journalists from leaving their offices to cover street protests over the hotly-contested presidential poll.

Swine flu toll at more than 1,500

More than 140 new cases of swine flu have been confirmed, bringing the UK total to more than 1,500.

Police watchdog to probe Taser arrest video

A YouTube video of a man being shot twice with a Taser gun as he rolls on the floor in agony has prompted a police watchdog to launch an inquiry, it said Tuesday.

MPs face ban on employing relatives

Hundreds of MPs could be forced to stop employing close relatives after Harriet Harman admitted the practice threatened public confidence in politics.

Defensives pull FTSE up 0.1 pct

London's top share index closed 0.1 percent higher on Tuesday, recovering only a small part of Monday's sharp falls, as strength in defensive stocks was countered by falls in oils, miners, and banks.

Recount offer fails to stem Iran unrest

Thousands of people waving Iranian flags and pictures of the country's supreme leader massed Tuesday at a rally organized by the clerical regime in an apparent attempt to reclaim the streets hours after saying it would recount some disputed presidential ballots.

White House: Climate change damage happening now

Harmful effects from global warming are already here and worsening, warns the first climate report from Barack Obama's presidency in the strongest language on climate change ever to come out of the White House.

NH soldier killed disarming bomb in Iraq

Bright and hardworking like his immigrant parents, Edmond Lo's future grew even more promising when he was offered a full scholarship to a prominent engineering school. But he turned it down, choosing instead to disarm bombs for the Army.

Imperial Sugar restarts Ga. refinery

Imperial Sugar has restarted its Georgia refinery to resume making crystal sugar for the first time since a deadly 2008 explosion devastated the plant near Savannah.

Mich. man claims to be NY boy who vanished in 1955

 More than 50 years after a 2-year-old boy disappeared from outside a Long Island bakery, a Michigan man has come forward to claim that he was the missing boy, authorities said Tuesday.

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