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19/04/2009 - 20:03

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Family killed in 'wrong-way' smash - Hardwick to give protest evidence - Darling bids to boost confidence.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 19 April 2009
Family killed in 'wrong-way' smash

Four of the five people who died in an horrific motorway crash involving a car being driven in the wrong direction were members of the same family, police have confirmed.

Hardwick to give protest evidence

The head of the police complaints watchdog will give evidence to the House of Commons concerning the policing of the G20 protests, it has been confirmed.

Darling bids to boost confidence

Chancellor Alistair Darling is attempting to to boost confidence in the UK economy ahead of Wednesday's crucial Budget statement, despite claims the UK faces the longest recession since the Second World War.

Hillsborough dossier to be released

Hundreds of official documents about the Hillsborough Disaster are to be made public for the first time after a request from the Home Secretary, the Home Office has confirmed.

Family Killed In Motorway U-Turn Horror

The accident happened on the M1 motorway in Bedfordshire at junction 11, Luton and Dunstable, at around 11.20pm on Saturday.

Scrutiny grows on company tax breaks to gain jobs

The time-honored swap of millions of dollars in tax breaks for the promise of thousands of jobs is under more scrutiny as states slash spending to shore up their budgets.

Diabetes? Some beat it, but are they cured?

JoAnne Zoller Wagner's diagnosis as prediabetic wasn't enough to compel her to change her habits and lose 30 pounds. Not even with the knowledge her sister had died because of diabetes.

Efron turns `17 Again' into No. 1 hit with $24M

Zac Efron has taken the box-office crown from his Disney teammate Miley Cyrus.

Police plan to charge driver in fatal accident

Police plan to charge a driver who lost control of his car after using his cell phone, sending the vehicle into a rain-swollen ditch and killing five children, a spokesman said Sunday.

Oklahoma City bombing anniversary commemorated

The names of 168 people killed in the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building have been read in a solemn ceremony on the 14th anniversary of the nation's worst domestic terrorist attack.

Atlanta burbs have amenities for drug traffickers

Azaleas bloom brightly in front of two-story homes on quiet streets where speed humps enforce the 20 mph speed limit. Neighbors wave and smile at passers-by, drawn to the booming Atlanta area by its accessible transportation, increasingly diverse population and urban amenities.

Public skeptical that woman killed, raped girl

TRACY, Calif. - Callers have inundated the phone lines of Tracy police, saying it can't be. Veteran homicide and sex-crime researchers say they cannot recall a case quite like it. Even the investigators themselves looked at the evidence and initially said "no way."

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