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03/05/2009 - 20:08

UK & USA Today Editoweb 3 May 2009

Pregnant Briton to face early trial - Attack by Blears adds to Brown woes - Schoolgirls among new virus victims.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 3 May 2009
Pregnant Briton to face early trial

A pregnant Briton who faces death by firing squad if she is convicted of drug smuggling has been told she will go on trial in Laos on Monday, according to a legal charity.

Attack by Blears adds to Brown woes

Senior ministers have rallied to defend Gordon Brown after Communities Secretary Hazel Blears accused the Government of a "lamentable failure" to get its message across.

Schoolgirls among new virus victims

Two schoolgirls are among three new cases of swine flu announced which have brought the number of confirmed victims in the UK to 18, with 14 in England and four in Scotland.

Teachers back Sats boycott

Head teachers have defied Schools Secretary Ed Balls in voting overwhelming to ban primary school Sats next year.

Chemical Warning: Bodies In London Hotel

The two victims were women, police confirmed, adding that officers are investigating the deaths as possible suicides.

Cause not yet known in 28-injury tour bus wreck

Investigators in Southern California are still trying to learn why a tour bus crashed into a freeway divider, injuring all 28 people on board.

Clinton returns to Oklahoma bombing site for tour

Bill Clinton recalled the profound impact of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing on the nation and his presidency during a private tour of a memorial and museum honoring the 168 people killed.

Notre Dame's Obama invite riles Catholic bishops

This coming week, Bishop Thomas Wenski of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orlando, Fla., will take the unusual step of celebrating a Mass of Reparation, to make amends for sins against God. The motivation: to provide an outlet for Catholics upset with what Wenski calls the University of Notre Dame's "clueless" decision to invite President Barack Obama to speak at its commencement and receive an honorary doctorate May 17.

Jack Kemp, quarterback turned politician, die

Jack Kemp, the former pro quarterback who turned fame on the gridiron into a career in national politics and a crusade for lower taxes, has died of cancer at age 73.

Immigration foes link flu to Mexican threat claims

The swine flu virus has infected the immigration debate, with talk show comments like "fajita flu" and "illegal aliens are the carriers" drawing vehement protests from Hispanic advocates.

2 win Alaska betting game, guess river ice breakup

The ice on Alaska's Tanana River has broken apart and now two lucky winners who guessed the timing of that much-awaited annual event will split a jackpot of nearly $284,000.

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