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24/02/2009 - 19:35

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London catwalks show off demure but powerful woman - Mother's fight to save blast girl - Statue of cherished queen mother unveiled.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 24 february 2009
London catwalks show off demure but powerful woman

Designers at London Fashion Week greeted the global economic downturn with collections that veered towards conservative necklines and tailored cuts accented with a few splashes of sparkle.

Mother's fight to save blast girl

The mother of a schoolgirl who was killed when a gas explosion destroyed a house has told an inquest about the frantic attempts to save her "baby".

Statue of cherished queen mother unveiled

Prince Charles paid a heartfelt tribute to his "darling grandmother" on Tuesday as the country unveiled its national memorial to queen Elizabeth, the queen mother.

UK DMO head sees no threat to AAA rating

Britain has no reason to be concerned about its triple-A credit rating, but the government may struggle to find demand for some of its issuance this year, the country's chief debt manager told Reuters on Tuesday.

NASA global warming satellite crashes after launch

A NASA mission to monitor global warming from space ended Tuesday when a satellite plunged into the ocean near Antarctica minutes after launch. An equipment malfunction was apparently to blame, officials said.

Syracuse teen charged with deadly sniper shooting

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in a sniper-style slaying of a public works employee in Syracuse, N.Y., after police learned that his friend falsely confessed to the crime.

Missing Mass. teacher, teen student found in W.Va.

A Massachusetts schoolteacher was behind bars on a kidnapping charge in West Virginia on Tuesday after police found her at a motel with a 15-year-old boy whose parents had complained about the relationship.

Murdoch sorry for NY Post cartoon seen as racist

New York Post Chairman Rupert Murdoch apologized Tuesday for a cartoon that critics said likened a violent chimpanzee shot dead by police to President Barack Obama.

After lots of work, Manhattan diner opens in Wyo.

Freshly fired from his job hauling mud, Joe Henshaw was propping up his spirits with a chili cheeseburger at an uncommon place for this remote western Wyoming town: A diner.

1 Miss. inmate still at large after jail escape

Authorities in south Mississippi were searching Tuesday for one inmate still at large after eight prisoners apparently managed to chip through a jailhouse wall with an improvised chisel and escape.

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