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04/06/2009 - 20:46

UK & USA Today Editoweb 4 June 2009

Victims' parents to sue over deaths - Blair and Brown 'topped death list' - Arms smugglers bought parts on eBay.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 4 June 2009
Victims' parents to sue over deaths

The parents of murdered French students Laurent Bonomo and Gabriel Ferez have said they will prosecute British authorities over systematic failures in the justice system which contributed to their sons' deaths.

Blair and Brown 'topped death list'

A British man "devoted to the task of stirring up terrorism" encouraged fellow Muslims to murder Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, a court has been told.

Arms smugglers bought parts on eBay

Three arms smugglers who bought Top Gun-style military equipment on eBay to sell to Iran have been jailed for their "complex and lucrative conspiracy".

Students' parents to prosecute UK authorities

Guy Bonomo says he intends to prosecute British authorities over systematic failures leading up to his son's death.

Neighbors who beat man over rape won't be charged

Philadelphia's police commissioner said Thursday he will not pursue criminal charges against a group of angry neighbors who beat a man sought for questioning in the rape of an 11-year-old girl.

Black bears find new territory in cities, on roads

Black bears are multiplying and on the move across North America, snooping around cities where they've been a rarity, becoming roadkill and leading states to start or expand hunting seasons.

Life for man who led to ban on executing retarded

A Virginia death row inmate whose case led to the national ban on executing the mentally retarded will spend life in prison because prosecutors withheld evidence in his 1998 trial, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

For D-Day vets, an emotional return to Normandy

Nathan Kline wrapped a white monogrammed scarf around his neck and placed a bulletproof prayer book in his left shirt pocket. He'd followed the same routine for all of his previous bombing runs over Europe, but the teenager from Allentown, Pa., knew there was nothing routine about this mission.

NC man charged with arranging wife's rape online

A man who police say arranged on Craigslist for his wife to be raped by another man was in jail on $200,000 bond Thursday and investigators were pursuing a "strong lead" as they searched for the attacker.

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