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09/08/2009 - 19:28

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Biggs spends birthday a free man - Outrage as embassy worker on trial - Man dies in powerboat crash.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 9 august 2009
Biggs spends birthday a free man

Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs celebrated freedom - and his 80th birthday - by meeting for the first time a pensioner who mounted a campaign for his release from prison.

Outrage as embassy worker on trial

Relations between the UK and Iran have hit a new low when a senior British embassy worker was put on trial in a move condemned as an "outrage" by the Foreign Office.

Man dies in powerboat crash

A man died following a serious crash between two boats during powerboat racing at Dover Regatta.

'Viable' leads in Madeleine search

Private detectives searching for Madeleine McCann are following up more than 600 calls and emails, including many which investigators describe as "viable leads".

Paratroopers killed in blast named

Three soldiers who died when their vehicle came under attack in Afghanistan on Thursday have been named by the Ministry of Defence.

Sotomayor takes oath from Chief Justice Roberts

Sonia Sotomayor became the Supreme Court's newest justice Saturday, pledging during a brief ceremony at the high court to defend the Constitution and administer impartial justice.

Eunice Kennedy Shriver remains at Mass. hospital

John F. Kennedy's sister remains at a Massachusetts hospital with her family by her side.

Demonstrators disrupt health care forums

As they head home to their congressional districts for the August recess, lawmakers who support health care reform are bracing for protests and demonstrations that threaten to turn violent.

Billy Mays' family: Never saw signs of cocaine use

The family of TV pitchman Billy Mays said they were never aware that he used cocaine or other non-prescription drugs before his death and they were considering whether to have an independent review of an official autopsy.

Jackson show insurance excluded 'illicit' drug use

A concert promoter's insurance on Michael Jackson's London shows has provisions that may deny a multimillion dollar payout if the pop star was found to have illegally possessed drugs or was involved in the "illicit taking of drugs."

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