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01:58 New Zealand to discuss taking Manus Island detainees: reports

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21:49 The JFK files: theories galore from Mexico to Moscow

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  • No charges in standoff that left elderly man dead

    22 November 2013 10:09 PM 69

    Best news photos of the week Police have said they tried using a camera, negotiating tactics and gas before shooting Isadore. But Isadore’s death prompted questions from some in Pine Bluff, a community of about 50,000 people about 45 miles southeast of Little Rock. Barrett and deputy special prosecutor Jack McQuary were appointed to handle the case after

  • Thousands honor JFK in solemn ceremony at Dealey Plaza

    22 November 2013 7:25 PM 85

    Dallas Mayor MIke Rawlings recalled the nightmare that took place 'in our front yard' and said the city and its citizens grew up. DALLAS -- Thousands of people bowed their heads or clasped hands with loved ones in Dealey Plaza at 12:30 p.m. Friday to mark the precise moment that shots rang out 50 years ago to take the life of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president

  • State to prove Pistorius is 'trigger happy'

    21 November 2013 8:47 AM 77

    Mandy Wiener | Yesterday, 06:28 JOHANNESBURG – Prosecutors are expected to use two additional firearm–related charges to show that Oscar Pistorius was reckless and obsessed with guns. A new indictment, including the two new charges, was served on the Paralympic athlete's lawyers on Wednesday. He is due to go on trial in March for the murder of his girlfriend

  • The Koreans On ‘The Brink’ Of War

    3 February 2001 12:00 AM 70

    STERN warnings flew back and forth across the border between North Korea and South Korea yesterday, the day before a North-imposed deadline for the South to shut off propaganda broadcasts or face war. Kim Jong Un, the Supreme Commander of the North Korean military, ordered front-line units along the heavily fortified frontier to move to a war footing