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30/06/2009 - 19:42

UK & USA Today Editoweb 30 june 2009

Questions over Jackson's health prior to death - Wonky fruit and veg back on shelves - Britain continues to sizzle.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 30 june 2009
Questions over Jackson's health prior to death

Questions have been raised about Michael Jackson's physical condition in the days leading to his death.

Wonky fruit and veg back on shelves

The European Commission has achieved the near-impossible - praise all round for putting wonky fruit and veg back on supermarket shelves.

Britain continues to sizzle

Record-breaking temperatures could be seen around the country as Britain basks in a heatwave.

Charlotte's ex arrested over drugs

Singer Charlotte Church's former boyfriend Kyle Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs.

ID cards to stay voluntary: Johnson

British citizens will never be forced to carry ID cards, Home Secretary Alan Johnson has said.

Govt Scraps ID Cards For Airside Workers

Until today, staff wishing to work at Manchester airport and London City airport had to sign up for an ID card before they could get security passes allowing them to work there.

Car bomb kills 24 in Kirkuk as Iraqis celebrate U.S. pullout

car bomb exploded in a crowded outdoor market in the northern city of Kirkuk on Tuesday, killing at least 24 people, police said, a deadly reminder of the challenges facing the Iraqi government even as it celebrated the withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from cities.

Calif. lawmakers face deadline to avoid IOUs

A midnight deadline loomed Tuesday as California lawmakers and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger dueled over ways to cut into a $24.3 billion budget deficit or face having to issue IOUs to cover the state's bills.

Courts face new challenges in faith healing cases

Most states have child abuse laws allowing some religious exemptions for parents who shun medicine for their sick children, but a few recent cases highlight thorny legal issues for parents following less-recognized faiths.

Jackson's parents waste no time seeking control

The Jackson family is determined to move on in order to protect Michael Jackson's legacy and make sure his three children are well, family friend Al Sharpton said Tuesday.

New film has Tucson revisiting Dillinger's arrest

Bank robber John Dillinger might have thought he'd found the perfect hideout in Tucson, Ariz., in January 1934. The dusty city was a far cry from Chicago, where every law enforcer was looking for him.

Texas juvenile jail sex assault case stalls again

More than two years ago, a pair of former administrators at a remote West Texas juvenile prison were indicted on charges accusing them of sexually preying on teenage boys at the facility — a development hailed by the state's attorney general as a first step toward justice in a statewide scandal.

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