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27/06/2009 - 18:36

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Rachel Stevens restaurant gun probe - Anger as forces' tribute disrupted - Law firm and bank had slavery links - report.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 27 june 2009
Rachel Stevens restaurant gun probe

Police are hunting a gunman who opened fire in a busy restaurant, wounding two people and forcing diners including Rachel Stevens to dive for cover.

Anger as forces' tribute disrupted

Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy has condemned the "sickening" protests which caused disruption at an Armed Forces Day parade.

Law firm and bank had slavery links - report

The 19th century founders of British investment bank Rothschild and top law firm Freshfields engaged in business linked to the slave trade, the Financial Times reported on Saturday, citing new research.

NI loyalists begin decommissioning

Loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have confirmed they have started to decommission their weapons.

Darling 'may strip Bank of powers'

Chancellor Alistair Darling could strip the Bank of England of key powers amid a public spat with governor Mervyn King, it has been reported.

Person close to Jacksons: Will, AEG role unclear

Most of Michael Jackson's family members have gathered in their Encino compound, where they are contemplating funeral arrangements and caring for his three children. They are feeling confused, upset and angry by the lack of information about those who were around the pop superstar in his final days, a person close to the family told The Associated Press.

SC governor's Argentina trip raises questions

The details of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's secretive trips to visit his lover in South America aren't just headline fodder or political kryptonite.

9 killed in Okla. turnpike traffic wreck

Hours after a tractor-trailer slammed into stopped traffic on a northeast Oklahoma turnpike, tow trucks dislodged the rig from a crushed car to find the body of a ninth victim inside the mangled wreckage.

Oklahoma troubled by long line of sheriff scandals

A small-town sheriff and his top deputy kept close watch over a lonely stretch of interstate in eastern Oklahoma, looking for drug couriers to fleece. But one motorist carrying $30,000 in cash turned out to be an undercover federal agent.

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