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USA UK and Malta News
28/06/2009 - 20:14

UK & USA Today Editoweb 28 june 2009

UK embassy staff arrested in Iran - Teen suffers heart attack after lightning strike - 'Gunshot wounds' body found in wood.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 28 june 2009
UK embassy staff arrested in Iran

Eight Iranian employees of the British embassy in Tehran have been detained, say local reports.

Teen suffers heart attack after lightning strike

A teenager is in a critical condition after he was hit by lightning in a Birmingham park.

'Gunshot wounds' body found in wood

The body of a man thought to have died from gunshot wounds has been found in woodland.

Temperatures set to soar

A bookmaker has cut the odds on record-breaking temperatures as Britain is preparing for a heatwave.

Baroness Thatcher to leave hospital

Baroness Thatcher will be discharged from hospital on Monday, her spokesman has said.

Soldiers arrest Honduran president, seize palace

Soldiers seized the national palace and sent President Manuel Zelaya into exile in Costa Rica early Sunday, hours before a highly disputed constitutional referendum. Zelaya called the action a coup and pledged to serve out the remaining five months of his term.

'Do The Right Thing' still asks burning questions

Twenty years later, the trash can is still crashing through America's window.

3 killed in pizzeria shooting outside Los Angeles

A gunman fired into a group of people outside a pizza restaurant where a motorcycle club was holding a fundraising event, killing three people and wounding seven.

Unlike SC's Sanford, most governors easy to find

Rick Perry was raising money at campaign headquarters when an Associated Press reporter called his press staff to ask what he was doing. An hour later, he walked into AP's statehouse bureau to show he was alive and well and not, say, in South America for a romantic rendezvous.

Paralyzed Vt. GI gets star-spangled welcome home

For Pfc. Andrew Parker, it was a bittersweet homecoming: He was hailed as a hero, feted with a star-spangled parade and showered with gifts at a welcome home ceremony. He had to watch it all from a wheelchair.

Ky. pastor welcomes guns, their owners to church

For one day, at least, it was OK to pack heat in church.

Did toxic chemical in Iraq cause GIs' illnesses?

Larry Roberta's every breath is a painful reminder of his time in Iraq. He can't walk a block without gasping for air. His chest hurts, his migraines sometimes persist for days and he needs pills to help him sleep.

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