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25/06/2009 - 20:07

UK & USA Today Editoweb 25 june 2009

Farrah Fawcett dies of cancer - Gas deaths: Anger at 'legal games' - Army dog Toby has taste for danger.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 25 june 2009
Farrah Fawcett dies of cancer

Actress Farrah Fawcett has lost her battle with cancer, her spokesman has said.

Gas deaths: Anger at 'legal games'

The family of two children killed on holiday by carbon monoxide poisoning accused a tour company of "playing legal games" after a trial over the tragedy was delayed until next year.

Army dog Toby has taste for danger

Toby the army sniffer dog bit off more than he could chew while serving in Afghanistan.

Agencies failed to safeguard babies

Opportunities to intervene before two vulnerable youngsters were murdered by their violent fathers were missed, damning reports concluded.

Thousands of BA staff take pay cut

Almost 7,000 British Airways staff have applied for voluntary pay cuts, including 800 who said they will work unpaid for up to a month.

Police: Man dons bustier, can't skirt drug charges

Police say a California man donning a bustier and watching porn on a computer in an apartment complex gym was arrested after officers found drugs in his backpack.

Metro to inspect track sensors in wake of crash

The Washington-area mass transit system will inspect every stretch of its tracks as federal investigators work to determine whether problems found with a signaling system in one area could have contributed to this week's crash that killed nine people.

DC Metro red line stations open after crash

Metro is reopening all the stations along its red line during the morning and evening rush hours after a crash earlier this week killed nine people.

Arkansas prison troubles echo problems of the past

Inmates carrying sawed-off shotguns once patrolled the grounds of Arkansas state prisons, keeping other prisoners in line with fear and intimidation. The few guards kept order with 5-foot-long leather straps and a device that sent an electric charge through an offender's toe and genitals.

Poison control at risk in California, other states

Each day, skeleton crews of doctors, nurses and pharmacists field almost 900 calls a day around California from people such as a mother whose child swallowed flea repellant and an elderly man who accidentally doubled up on his medication.

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