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UK & USA Today Editoweb 16 June 2010

UK & USA Today Editoweb 16 June 2010 - Shannon abduction 'not foreseeable' - Women bailed over 'World Cup stunt' - Tributes paid to 'fearless Marine'.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 16 June 2010
Shannon abduction 'not foreseeable'
A summary of the serious case review into the involvement of 22 agencies in Shannon's life painted a picture of a chaotic home environment  in which her mother Karen Matthews put her relationships with men over the needs of her children. But it said that, although lessons could be learned, there were no systemic failings and no-one has faced disciplinary action.(presse association)

Women bailed over 'World Cup stunt'
The women were each freed after paying 10,000 rand and surrendering their passports, according to South African Police Service spokesman Colonel Vishnu Naidoo. They are due to appear back at Johannesburg Magistrates' Court on June 22. The women face charges under the Merchandise Marks Act and the Special Measures Regulations, and are accused of the "unauthorised use of a trade mark at a protected event" and "entry into a designated area while in possession of a prohibited commercial object".(presse association)

Tributes paid to 'fearless Marine'
Marine Steven Birdsall, 20, of 40 Commando Royal Marines, was shot by insurgents in Sangin in Helmand Province on Sunday. He was flown back to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham but died from his wounds on Monday afternoon. Mne Birdsall, who lived in Warrington, Cheshire, with his mother, father and younger sister Melissa, was described by his commanding officer as "the perfect marine".(presse association)

'Happy Slapping' Gang Pair Admit Killing OAP
Ekram Haque, 67, was walking home from a mosque in Tooting, south west London, last August when he was attacked by the gang which called themselves Lane Gang Productions. Mr Haque died from a head injury a week later. His granddaughter was unhurt in the incident. The youths, aged 15 and 16, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared at the Old Bailey where they pleaded guilty to manslaughter.(skynews)

After blasting BP, Obama now faces its leaders
President Barack Obama  met on his own turf with top BP officials on Wednesday to press his demands that the London-based oil giant pay into a claims fund for victims of the worst oil spill in the nation's history. BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg, CEO Tony Hayward, and other officials walked slowly as a group from the Southwest Gate of the White House, where they were dropped off, and climbed the steps leading to the West Wing.(AP)

Sources: BP agrees to $20B fund for spill victims
BP will set aside $20 billion to pay the victims of the massive oil spill in the Gulf, senior administration officials said Wednesday, a move made under pressure by the White House as the company copes with causing the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history. The independent fund will be led by lawyer Kenneth Feinberg, who oversaw payments to families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. In his current role, Feinberg is known as Obama's "pay czar," setting salary limits for companies getting the most aid from a $700 billion government bailout fund. Obama was to announce the deal in a Rose Garden statement later Wednesday after wrapping up a meeting with BP executives at the White House.(AP)

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