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18/12/2009 - 20:01

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'Murdered' Tot Millie Martin Laid To Rest - FTSE falls 0.4 pct as financials weigh - Snow causes travel chaos and power cuts .

UK & USA Today Editoweb 18 December 2009
'Murdered' Tot Millie Martin Laid To Rest

The funeral of toddler Millie Martin, allegedly murdered by her mother's boyfriend last week, has taken place in Northern Ireland.

FTSE falls 0.4 pct as financials weigh

The leading share index closed 0.4 percent lower on Friday with banks drifting lower on concerns over regulations suggested in Basel, which offset strength in some defensives.

Snow causes travel chaos and power cuts

Heavy snowfalls cut power supplies, closed schools and caused chaos for commuters and air passengers across much of the country on Friday, and forecasters said more was on the way.

Borders Staff To Lose Jobs On Christmas Eve

More than 1,000 people are to lose their jobs on Christmas Eve as Borders book chain shuts up shop.

Dutch arrest 'most wanted' Briton

A suspected drug lord accused of smuggling heroin worth tens of millions of pounds into Britain has been arrested in Holland.

Diplomatic frenzy at final day of UN climate talks

A diplomatic frenzy enveloped the final day of the U.N. climate conference Friday, with President Barack Obama twice meeting privately with China's premier as world leaders pressed to salvage a global warming accord amid deep divisions between rich and poor nations.

Report: Death sentences decline; death rows shrink

Texas and other states that lead the nation in executions are sentencing many fewer inmates to death, a trend that slowly is reducing the death row population in the United States, a report from an anti-capital punishment group says.

Storm warnings as snow bears down on mid-Atlantic

Hardware stores were selling out of rock salt, shovels and other winter supplies as a major storm moved up the Atlantic coast Friday, threatening a heavy coating of wet snow on the last shopping weekend before Christmas.

NY woman in pet torture case held on $100K bail

A judge ordered a New York woman held on $100,000 bail Friday after prosecutors cited evidence that some of the 42 dead animals buried in her yard had been tortured, with duct tape around their mouths or showing signs of drowning.  

Mom of US hiker in Iran asks for 3 to be freed

Wearing a headscarf, the mother of one of three American hikers jailed in Iran appealed Friday in a new video to the Islamic Republic's supreme leader to release her daughter and her friends for the holidays.

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