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07/10/2009 - 20:21

UK & USA Today Editoweb 7 October 2009

Bones are of woman missing in 1996 - Army chief Dannatt to join Tory team - Ex-Army chief falls in with Tories.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 7 October 2009
Bones are of woman missing in 1996

Human remains found at the side of a motorway are that of a woman who disappeared from a nightclub in 1996.

Army chief Dannatt to join Tory team

David Cameron is to unveil ex-army chief General Sir Richard Dannatt as the latest recruit to his team.

Ex-Army chief falls in with Tories

Ex-army chief General Sir Richard Dannatt has been recruited by the Tories in the wake of his bitter public spat with PM Gordon Brown.

Cabin Pressure: Unions Warn BA Over Cuts

British Airways has been told to reconsider plans to cut cabin crew jobs and salaries in order to avoid a worker walkout.

FA Chief: World Cup Bid 'In Good Shape'

The boss of the Football Association has dismissed suggestions that England's bid to host the World Cup in 2018 is doomed to failure.

Anna Nicole Smith investigated in murder plot

The FBI investigated whether Anna Nicole Smith plotted to kill her tycoon husband's son as they battled for his father's fortune, newly released files show, but the former Playboy Playmate who died in 2007 was never prosecuted.

'American Qur'an' blends US life, Quranic verses

 The scene is seared into the American psyche: the residents of New Orleans engulfed by flood waters, perched on rooftops and desperate for help as corpses float past and helicopters whirl overhead.

3 win Nobel for mapping atoms in cell's factories

Two Americans and an Israeli scientist won the 2009 Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for atom-by-atom mapping of the protein-making factories within cells — a feat that has spurred the development of antibiotics.

NYC undercover stings expose 'gun show loophole'

Investigators hired by New York City conducted stings at gun shows in states that have not closed the "gun show loophole" and found some vendors openly selling weapons to buyers who admitted they couldn't pass background checks.

Sebelius: Americans should get flu vaccination

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius appealed anew Wednesday for widespread inoculation against a surging swine flu threat, calling the vaccine "safe and secure."

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