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05/09/2009 - 20:44

UK & USA Today Editoweb 5 september 2009

Spanish foreign minister 'regrets' Holocaust denier interview - Violence at anti-Islamist protest - World leaders agree bonuses deal.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 5 september 2009
Spanish foreign minister 'regrets' Holocaust denier interview

Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos "regrets" that a Spanish newspaper on Saturday published an interview with a British historian who denies the Holocaust, a spokeswoman said.

Violence at anti-Islamist protest

Police arrested more than 20 people Saturday after violence broke out at a protest against Islamic extremism in Birmingham.

World leaders agree bonuses deal

Finance ministers from the G20 group of major economies have agreed a compromise deal on bankers' bonuses with the aim of deterring the excessive risk-taking which has been widely blamed for the current global recession.

G20 Banker Bonuses Deal To Curb Risk-Takers

G20 finance ministers have agreed a deal on bankers' bonuses to try and curb the excessive risk-taking that is widely blamed for the current global recession.

Anti-fascists clash with right-wing protesters

There have been angry clashes in central Birmingham as right-wing protesters fought with anti-fascist campaigners.

NATO jets bomb fuel tankers; Afghans say 70 killed

A U.S. jet dropped 500-pound bombs on two tanker trucks hijacked by the Taliban before dawn Friday, triggering a huge explosion that Afghan officials said killed more than 70 people, including insurgents and some civilians who had swarmed around the vehicles to siphon off fuel.

Deadly Calif. wildfire's western end under control

The entire western edge of the massive wildfire burning north of Los Angeles was under control Saturday, but the arson-caused blaze continued to move unchecked into wilderness to the east, officials said.

Wash. health co-op part of health reform debate

Group Health Cooperative was created in Washington state more than six decades ago, started up by members of local granges, unions and cooperatives who were inspired by a physician who had established America's first cooperative hospital in Elk City, Oklahoma.

After 8-year delay, VA program hopes to help vets

The drone of helicopters still haunts William Callahan decades after Vietnam combat left him paralyzed, but he said government bureaucracy stood in the way of getting the one thing that made the echoes stop and kept him independent: a service dog.

Missing boy found alive, hidden at grandma's home

A boy allegedly abducted in a custody dispute nearly two years ago has turned up alive, hiding with his mother in a small, specially built secret room at his grandmother's Illinois home, investigators said.

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