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06/04/2009 - 20:58

UK & USA Today Editoweb 6 April 2009

Qatar launches 13.3 bln dlr gas-to-Britain project - The Foreign Office warns of email scam -
Soccer star cleared in rape inquiry.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 6 April 2009
Qatar launches 13.3 bln dlr gas-to-Britain project

Qatar on Monday inaugurated its 13.2 billion dollar Qatargas 2 project, with a production capacity of 15 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas per year, most of it destined for Britain.

The Foreign Office warns of email scam

Britain's Foreign Office issued a warning Monday over a scam email, claiming to be from Foreign Secretary David Miliband, offering money to people in trouble due to the global economic slowdown.

Soccer star cleared in rape inquiry

Manchester City footballer Robinho will face no charges following allegations of a serious sexual assault, police have said.

Boys quizzed over 'shocking' attack

Detectives are continuing to question two boys over an attack on two youngsters described as "shocking" by PM Gordon Brown.

Gilts fall on surfeit of sellers

Gilt futures fell on Monday because of a surfeit of sellers at a Bank of England reverse auction, concluding a choppy trading session during which government debt yields tracked share prices for much of the day.

Fawcett's cancer spread to liver, producer says

Farrah Fawcett is being treated for anal cancer that has spread to her liver, a producer who worked with the actress said Monday in detailing a more serious situation than has previously been described.

As Iraq rape trial begins, attorneys attack law

The first former Army soldier to be charged as a civilian under a 2000 law that allows him to be prosecuted for alleged crimes committed overseas faces a trial of his peers — in a federal courtroom in Kentucky.

Ecuador seeks return of Florida death row inmate

Ecuador's government demanded on Monday the return of a man on Florida's death row for killing four people and said he should have never been taken from the South American country, calling it a "kidnapping."

Demjanjuk's stay of deportation to Germany revoked

immigration judge in Virginia on Monday revoked John Demjanjuk's stay of deportation to Germany, clearing the way for the retired autoworker to be sent to Germany to face charges of being a Nazi death camp guard.

Interviews describe Casey Anthony's state of mind

A Florida woman accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter asked for sedatives after she found out a toddler's remains had been found in woods near her family's home, according to interviews with jail staff released Monday.

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