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24/08/2009 - 20:25

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Ant And Dec's Plans To Break America - Soap actor cleared over sex charge - MacAskill defends Megrahi decision.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 24 august 2009
Ant And Dec's Plans To Break America

Ant and Dec could be heading to the US to launch their hit show Saturday Night Takeaway.

Soap actor cleared over sex charge

An Emmerdale actor has spoken of his relief at being found not guilty of sexually assaulting a woman in a nightclub.

MacAskill defends Megrahi decision

Scotland's Justice Secretary faced a barrage of criticism as he explained why he freed the Lockerbie bomber.

Minister defends Lockerbie decision

Scotland's Justice Secretary has defended his decision to allow the Lockerbie bomber to go home to die.

Queen Elizabeth, Brown congratulate England

Queen Elizabeth II on Monday congratulated the England cricket team on their Ashes victory over Australia, praising both sides for the performances in the five-Test series, a spokesman said.

New interrogation unit set; Bush policy changing

President Barack Obama has approved creation of a new, special terrorism-era interrogation unit to be supervised by the White House, a top aide said Monday, further distancing his administration from President George W. Bush's detainee policies.

Police seek missing car in murder of ex-model

Police who sought a reality show contestant in the Southern California slaying of his ex-wife have still not located the crime scene and believe the victim's missing white Mercedes-Benz could be the key.

Child athlete's death revives heart testing debate

An obese eighth-grader's death during a football conditioning lap has revived the debate over testing of children's hearts before they engage in sports or strenuous activity.

Schools urged to prepare for swine flu absences

Schools should be ready with hard-copy packets and online lessons to keep learning going even if swine flu sickens large numbers of students, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said Monday.

Okla. pastor found slain in her Pentecostal church

A pastor was killed and her body was found inside her Pentecostal church, where she had no regular congregation but went every Sunday on the chance that someone would come to pray, authorities said Monday.

2 workers hurt in downtown DC electrical accident

A utility company says two men were injured while working with electrical cables in downtown Washington.

Police: Mayweather vehicle seen at shooting scene

Police in Las Vegas say they're searching boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s Rolls-Royce at his home after witnesses reported it was involved in a shooting outside an ice skating rink.

SC judge to punish men in $9.8M armored car heist

Six young men who staged one of the largest armored car heists in U.S. history, then spent a week splurging on strippers, high-living and even Mother's Day gifts, are asking a South Carolina judge for mercy.

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