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22/04/2009 - 20:08

UK & USA Today Editoweb 22 April 2009

Ex-Minister 'Undermining Mid-East Peace' - Darling announces £750 mln tech fund - UK budget offers incentives for green energy, oil.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 22 April 2009
Ex-Minister 'Undermining Mid-East Peace'

Khaled Mashaal is due to address MPs and peers by video link from Damascus at the event organised by Clare Short, now a independent MP, and Lib Dem peer Lord Alderdice.

Darling announces £750 mln tech fund

The UK's high-tech industrial sector will get an investment of 750 million pounds through a fund focussing on advanced technology, the government said on Wednesday.

UK budget offers incentives for green energy, oil

Britain unveiled 1.4 billion pounds ($2.04 billion) of initiatives to encourage investment in green energy on Wednesday and also gave tax breaks to help squeeze the remaining oil from the declining North Sea.

Defendant admits burglary at murder trial

A man on trial for the brutal murder of two French university students in their London flat admitted on Wednesday to carrying out a burglary at the property, while still denying the murder charge.

British pupils in Greek road collision: report

A bus carrying around 30 schoolchildren from Britain on Wednesday collided with a car in southern Greece, killing its driver, local media said.

Prosecutors say 5-foot-2 teen pirate was brazen ringleader

Prosecutors say Abdiwali Abdiqadir Muse was not shy about making his presence known on the Maersk Alabama, brazenly tearing through the ship in a way that belied his young age and skinny, 5-foot-2 frame.

Sightings show cougars expanding into central US

Anna Lashley can't forget her surprise when she looked out her kitchen window three years ago just south of Milwaukee and spotted what she believes was a cougar.

Pools become nasty mosquito havens in foreclosure

Mosquito control workers can measure the recession by the number of green, cloudy swimming pools they see — algae-covered havens for mosquitoes dotting neighborhoods hit by the foreclosure crisis.

'Exit guides' in suicide group 'special'

A training manual for an assisted-suicide group tells "exit guides" that they are special people and should celebrate their role in guiding others to their deaths.

Mom in drive-off case allowed contact with kids

A judge is now allowing contact between a New York mother and the young daughters she is accused of ordering out of her car for arguing.

Some cities make gains in curbing dropouts

The high school dropout problem is getting better in some big cities where it's most severe, a national study found, but the overall situation remains dismal, as more than one in four kids drops out of high school nationwide.

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