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24/11/2009 - 21:28

UK & USA Today Editoweb 24 november 2009

Royal Aide's Escape From Jail A 'Disgrace' - Father held after stab death of boy - Darwin first edition sells for 100,000 pounds.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 24 november 2009
Council prosecute HMV for live Faryl Smith song

High street store HMV is being prosecuted for allowing Britain's Got Talent finalist Faryl Smith to sing during an in-store album signing.

Royal Aide's Escape From Jail A 'Disgrace'

The brother of a man murdered by ex-royal aide Jane Andrews has said Jack Straw should consider resigning after she absconded from an open prison.

Father held after stab death of boy

A father of two suspected of stabbing his three-year-old son to death before turning the knife on himself has been arrested in hospital.

Darwin first edition sells for 100,000 pounds

A first edition of Charles Darwin's seminal "On the Origin of Species" found in a family's toilet in southern Britain sold for more than 100,000 pounds Tuesday, Christie's auction house said.

Obama: US-Indian ties help define 21st century

President Barack Obama said Tuesday that U.S. ties with India will be "one of the defining relationships" of the 21st century as he welcomed India's prime minister for the first state visit of his administration.

Investigators: Ky. census worker committed suicide

A Kentucky census worker found naked, bound with duct tape and hanging from a tree with "fed" scrawled on his chest killed himself but staged his death to make it look like a homicide, authorities said Tuesday.

Pa. investor gets 15 years for $35M Ponzi scheme

A Philadelphia-area fund manager has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for running a Ponzi scheme that cheated investors out of $35 million.

Uncle follows nephew to NYC court for terror trial

Khalid Sheik Mohammed has acknowledged doing what his nephew Ramzi Yousef couldn't: toppling the World Trade Center towers.

US offers $5M reward for Palestinian bomb-maker

The U.S. State Department announced Tuesday that it is now offering a reward of up to $5 million for a Palestinian bomb-maker suspected of once targeting commercial airliners and of aiding the Iraq insurgency.

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