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09/03/2009 - 22:14

UK & USA Today Editoweb 9 march 2009

Three jailed for equipping militants overseas - Bodies found at separate addresses - Prince Charles pushes eco-agenda in Latin America.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 9 march 2009
Three jailed for equipping militants overseas

Three British Muslims were jailed on Monday for sending equipment to militants fighting on the Afghan and Pakistan border.

Bodies found at separate addresses

Police are investigating a double death after two bodies were found at separate addresses.

Prince Charles pushes eco-agenda in Latin America

Prince Charles dived into the first full day of a Latin America tour Monday, visiting Chile's capital and preparing a speech set to highlight his concern over climate change.

Police Hunt Man After Girl 'Groomed For Sex'

Police have issued CCTV images of a man they want to trace in connection with child sex offences.

Fumes force evacuation of 500 from Denver hospital

Fumes from chemicals that were inadvertently mixed temporarily forced the evacuation Monday of about 500 people from National Jewish Health, a health system with a national reputation for respiratory care.

Blagojevich fails to get prosecutors off his case

A federal judge has turned down a request from impeached former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich to have Chicago's top federal prosecutor and his staff thrown off the corruption case against him.

Violations before LA crash stir rail safety debate

The human error detailed in last week's hearings on the 2008 Metrolink commuter train disaster that killed 25 people has stirred debate over what the rail industry can do to ensure passenger safety for at least six more years until technology is installed that could prevent another collision.

As W.Va. coal companies expand, graves go missing

 Walter Young can't find his great-grandmother's grave. The coal company that had it moved doesn't know where the remains ended up.

AG, Wallace's daughter observe Selma anniversary

The nation's first black attorney general and Gov. George C. Wallace's daughter celebrated the Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march Sunday — 44 years after state troopers from her father's administration beat marchers as they started the landmark journey.

Man charged with killing 4 in home near Birmingham

Police have charged a 24-year-old man with four counts of capital murder in the stabbing deaths of four people in a home near Birmingham.

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