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Michael Jackson 'homicide' claim - More troops deployed in Afghanistan - FTSE has best run since 2003 .

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Michael Jackson 'homicide' claim

TMZ claims Michael Jackson was 'almost certainly' killed at the hands of another.

More troops deployed in Afghanistan

Another 125 British troops will be sent to Afghanistan to maintain force levels after a recent spate of deaths and injuries, it has been announced.

FTSE has best run since 2003

A rally in banking and energy shares helped UK equities to rise for a 10th straight session to a 6-1/2-month closing high on Friday, but gains were capped by weakness on Wall Street and poor UK economic data.

160 Britons in swine flu quarantine in Asia, Egypt: ministry

At least 160 Britons are in quarantine for swine flu in China, India, Singapore and Egypt, the Foreign Office in London said Friday.

Man gets stuck down a drain

A man got stuck down a drain in Manchester while trying to help a friend retrieve her keys.

Sainsbury's will not stock swine flu drug

Sainsbury's will not become a Tamiflu supplier because of fears it will bring in swine flu victims.

Mass. police unions ask Obama for apology

A multiracial group of police officers on Friday stood with the white officer who arrested a prominent black Harvard scholar and asked President Barack Obama and Gov. Deval Patrick to apologize for comments the union leaders called insulting.

Transcripts: Agents targeted during Hoffa trial

Newly released grand jury transcripts say associates of late Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa plotted to ambush a group of FBI agents during his 1962 trial in Nashville.

Astronauts slowly install batteries on spacewalk 4

At Mission Control's request, a pair of spacewalking astronauts took it slow and easy heading out to the far end of the international space station Friday, then tackled a series of critical battery changes.

4 boys in Ariz. accused of raping 8-year-old girl

Officers responding to a report of hysterical screams found an 8-year-old girl partially clothed and four boys, barely in their teens, running from an empty shed.

Swine flu could strike up to 40 percent in 2 years

health officials say swine flu could strike up to 40 percent of Americans over the next two years and as many as several hundred thousand could die if a vaccine campaign and other measures aren't successful.

Sculpture at Fla. shopping plaza turns heads

Parents in Florida are complaining about a sculpture of a nude family outside a shopping center west of Delray Beach.

Manslaughter investigation targets Jackson doctor

The personal physician who tried to revive a dying Michael Jackson has been named as the target of a manslaughter probe into the singer's death.

GOP Sen. Cornyn to vote against Sotomayor

Republican Sen. John Cornyn, the head of his party's Senate campaign arm, said Friday he'll vote against Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, siding with GOP leaders and conservatives who are lining up against President Barack Obama's nominee to be the first Hispanic justice.

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