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22/11/2009 - 20:12

UK & USA Today Editoweb 22 november 2009

Car Bomb Left Outside Belfast Police HQ - Cameron says tough agenda needs majority win - Flooding bridges face safety check.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 22 november 2009
Car Bomb Left Outside Belfast Police HQ

A car bomb has been left outside the Policing Board headquarters in Belfast, though it has done no serious damage.

Cameron says tough agenda needs majority win

Opposition leader David Cameron said on Sunday his Conservative Party needs a clear majority in the next general election to push through painful measures to get the recession-hit economy back on track.

Flooding bridges face safety check

The unprecedented rainfall which devastated parts of Cumbria "would have overwhelmed any defence" the Environment Agency said as residents faced up to the damage caused by the floods.

Attack on peace process condemned

Police and politicians have condemned the latest attempts to derail Northern Ireland's peace process after a car bomb attack and gun battle involving suspected dissident republicans.

Urgent Checks On Cumbria's 1,800 Bridges

An urgent investigation into the safety of all 1,800 bridges in Cumbria is under way after floods caused several to collapse.

Senate moderates frustrate other Democrats on bill

Senate moderates on Sunday threatened to scuttle the health care bill if their demands weren't met, frustrating rank-and-file Democrats who say their colleagues' views were out of step with American voters.

Lawyer: 9/11 defendants want platform for views

The five men facing trial in the Sept. 11 attacks will plead not guilty so that they can air their criticisms of U.S. foreign policy, the lawyer for one of the defendants said Sunday.

Astronaut's baby daughter born as he circles Earth

Astronaut Randolph Bresnik jubilantly welcomed his new daughter into the world Sunday as he floated 220 miles above it.

Arrest in 1981 tribal murders revives old mystery

In the days before Fred Alvarez was shot execution-style with two friends on his verandah, the strapping Cabazon tribal leader feared he was a marked man: His motorcycle had been tampered with, his mailbox shot up and his house ransacked.

Va. Military Institute faces sexism accusations

Virginia Military Institute is defending itself against a lengthy investigation into accusations that the school's policies are sexist and hostile toward female cadets, a dozen years after women won the right to enroll.

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