Archive for: May 6th, 2012

BREAKING: Albertville Mom, Friends Searching for Missing Teen –

BREAKING: Albertville Mom, Friends Searching for Missing Teen
A St. Michael-Albertville High School freshman has been missing from her Albertville home for nearly 48 hours. Her mother thinks she's headed off to see a boyfriend. By Mike Schoemer Cossette Carr, left, has been missing since Friday, May 4.

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Curry cancer fighting put to test

A chemical found in curry is to be tested for its ability to kill bowel cancer tumours in patients.

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Police quiz bed-attack woman, 94

A 94-year-old woman who was attacked in her bed tells police she remembers the assault and is “struggling to understand” why she was targeted.

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Man charged over takeaway death

A man is charged with the manslaughter of a man who was killed as he tried to break up a late night fight in a Blackpool takeaway.

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Persistent cough ‘cancer warning’

The public should be vigilant about persistent coughs as they could be a sign of lung cancer, a new government advertising drive is warning.

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Socialist Tops Sarkozy in French Presidential Race

Francois Hollande defeats Nicolas Sarkozy in elections, which could have international reverberations

  • VIDEO: Hollande Wins Election
  • Greek Parties Vow Bailout Changes as Votes Come In
  • OPINION: The Meaning of Today’s European Elections

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    Yemen: Airstrike Kills Al Qaeda Leader

    Fahd al-Quso, a top Al Qaeda leader on FBI’s most wanted list for his role in the USS Cole bombing in 2000, shown left, has been killed in an airstrike, Yemen’s officials and Washington embassy say.

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    Home building ‘should be easier’

    It should be easier for people to build their own homes in England to help ease the housing crisis, says a report by a cross-party committee of MPs.

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    Greece exit polls suggest no majority win

    Country’s two main parties suffer major losses, as smaller parties make gains in parliamentary vote, according to polls.

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    Serbian election projected to head for runoff

    Presidential rivals incumbent Boris Tadic and ex-nationalist Tomislav Nikolic are now likely to face each other May 20.

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