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Feds Lose Claim to Assets of Ex-Ukrainian Minister

Pavel Ivanovich LazarenkoThe U.S. government forfeited its right to nearly $2.5 million in money-laundered assets of a former

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Human Rights Day Message

photo- reallygoodfriend.comDecember 10 is being recognised as International Human Rights Day, and commemorates the adoption by the

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BBC Filmmaker Confesses Killing His Lover On-Air

Ray Gosling BBC photoIn a shocking on-air confession, a British filmmaker and presenter said on a BBC documentary on death, "I

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Italian PM Sues over Antigua Property Allegations

photo- silvioberlusconipictures.comItalian PM Silvio Berlusconi is disputing information produced in a TV news programme questioning a property

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Grenadian-Born Doctor Charged in Michael Jackson's Death

Charged in Michael Jackson's deathThe Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office on Monday charged Grenadian-born Dr. Conrad Murray with

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Why We Should Follow The Pope

Pope Benedict XVI.photo-topnews.inThe UK Government is honoured that His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI will arrive in Britain next week. It is the

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Longest Survivor Rescued From Haiti Ruins

Rico Dibrivell clung to life  photo: the couriermailRICO Dibrivell clung to life for 12 days under the rubble of Haiti's destroyed capital - a feat that puts him

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U.S. President Condemns Bombings in Uganda

Obama.photo-state.govUnited States President Barack Obama has strongly condemned the July 11th bombing attack in Kampala, Uganda.

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Tiger Spotted In Rehab

Tiger Woods  photo credit: news.comDisgraced golf star Tiger Woods has finally been spotted after seven weeks in hiding. Shielding his face with

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Grenada-born doctor hit with wrongful death lawsuit

Joe Jackson.photo-blogs.bet.comMichael Jackson's father has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Grenada-born doctor charged with

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California Considering Full Legalization of Marijuana

MarijuanaGoing beyond the legal medical applications of marijuana, California is now considering fully legalizing the

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Candidate with Caribbean heritage seeking leadership of Labour Party

Diane Abbot.photo- black-history-month.co.ukDiane Abbot, a candidate with Caribbean heritage, says she will seek the top post in the Labour Party to

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Fights to Keep Pet Tiger that Mauls Him to Death

Tiger (file photo)After winning a lengthy legal battle for the right to keep exotic pets, the Canadian owner of a tiger has

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Brown’s resignation offer throws stone into coalition discussions

Gordon Brown. photo- .inewscatcher.comGordon Brown has offered his resignation as Britain’s Prime Minister. He made this statement from the steps

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Queen Elizabeth 3 Takes to The Seas

Queen Elizabeth:PA photoThe glory days of cruising came a step closer to returning today as Cunard's latest Queen Elizabeth ship was

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Weekend of discussions and deliberations

UK 3 leadersDavid Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party, has offered the Liberal Democrats the opportunity of a

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$1.2m for Man Wrongly Convicted of Murder

14 yearsNEW York authorities will pay $1.25m to a man who spent 14 years behind bars before being cleared in the

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No Clear winner in UK general election

General electionsThe United Kingdom general election, which has resulted in a “hung Parliament”, has raised more questions

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FBI Releases Jackson Molestation Files

Michael JacksonTHE FBI today released its investigative files on Michael Jackson, revealing that its offices in Los Angeles,

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US First Lady makes unannounced visit to Haiti

US first ladt. White House photoUnited States First Lady, Michelle Obama, made an unannounced visit to Haiti on Tuesday to get a first-hand

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Time magazine- Person of the Year

Ben BernankeTIME magazine has named Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke its 2009 Person of the Year. "The

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Michael Jackson’s Grenada-born doctor faces licence suspensionw

Dr Conrad MurrayThe Grenada-born doctor facing an involuntary manslaughter charge over the death of music icon Michael

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Vast Slave Graveyard Found On St. Helena

St-Helena-JamestownProbably the largest-ever slave graveyard, containing the mortal remains of some 10,000 young Africans, has

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President Obama to Share Nobel Peace Prize Cash Award with Haiti

President Obama. photo: blog.enlightennext.orgThe White House says President Barack Obama will donate part of his Nobel Peace prize cash award to Haiti.

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A Woman in Every Port for Tiger Woods

Tiger WoodsTiger Woods managed to balance a worldwide network of women, using a call girl service based in America to

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Death Toll Expected to Rise Following Powerful Earthquake

Chile earthquake 2010. photo: sanfranciscosentinel.comCMC – Six weeks after a powerful earthquake devastated the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country of Haiti,

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Ukrainian Student Killed By Exploding Chewing Gum

chewing gumA 25-year-old student in Ukraine has been killed by an exploding stick of chewing gum, according to the

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Tsunami Warning in Effect for Hawaii

Hawaii tsunami. photo: hawaiinewsnow.comTsunami waves are headed towards the Hawaiian Islands that may cause damage along coastlines of all islands

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British PM's Son Behind Tweeting Blunder

Gordon Brown British Prime Minister Gordon Brown admitted today he should oversee the family computer more closely, after

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